The Environmental Protection Agency says while the outside air is improving, the air we breathe indoors may be getting worse. The essential causes of sick building syndrome are biological contaminants, chemical contaminants from indoor or outdoor sources and inadequate ventilation and poor indoor air quality.
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the impacts of a sick building may include:
The key to making sure you, your office workers or your family at home do not begin to show symptoms is by ensuring proper indoor air quality. This means updating your systems, keeping the inside clean and ensuring proper ventilation. Another recommended step is to get proper duct cleaning. Mr Duct Cleaning has helped many homeowners clean out their ducts, cut down on pollens, mold, fungi, bacteria, dust mites and all other pollutants and breathe cleaner indoor air.
With our experienced, qualified MR DUCT Cleaning experts implementing the uses of latest equipment and technologies, there is no commercial or industrial property that we cannot handle. And we provide free inspection to assure you the best solution to ensure maximum performance from your HVAC system.
Commercial Air Duct cleaning ensures that your workplace is a safe and clean environment for your workers which translates to an increase in productivity. Not only does air duct cleaning improves the efficiency of your heating and cooling system, but also extends the life span of these systems. Therefore this investment will help your business save time and money in the long term.
At Duct Cleaning Melbourne our trusted and experience technicians offer the most comprehensive service for commercial businesses in Melbourne. Our technicians are all qualified by NADCA and are equipped with state of the art technology to ensure that your cooling and heating system are thoroughly cleaned.
On completion of a duct clean we would issue our clients with a Post-Clean Report (PCR). The purpose of a PCR is to demonstrate to the client, that the HVAC system has been cleaned in its entirety.
The PCR will include a description of pre- and post-cleaning conditions of the HVAC systems, which is including but not limited to: