A Nationally Certified Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Company
- NADCA Membership
- National Certification
- State of the Art Equipment and Materials
- Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Sick Building Syndrome and Building Related Illness are emerging as critical health, environmental and legal issues throughout the world.
Induct Industries Objectives
- Help increase your commercial air system’s performance
- Reduce your operating costs.
- Improve the quality of your air.
May vary slightly depending on the configuration of your Ductwork.
- Locate the HVAC System in order to determine the best location for the incisions.
- Incision #1 is made on the Supply Side; Incision #2 on the Return Side
- Truck Mounted Industrial Vacuum is connected to Ductwork.
- All Vent Covers are removed, starting with the Vent furthest from the System.
- Agitator is strategically placed into Duct line so that it cleans the inner walls while pushing all debris toward the Vacuum source.
- This process – an industrial term usually referred to as The Positive-Negative Method- creates approximately 200 pounds of compressed air per square inch.
- Return Ducts are cleaned and Vent Covers are cleaned and replaced.
- Access cuts are sealed with pre-fabricated sheet metal and foil tape
Induct Industries Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Services
Induct will inspect your HVAC system and duct-work to provide you with our solution ~ that being a quality job at a competitive price.
Induct knows that your time and financial resources are valuable and we tell you, up front, what your actual invoice cost will be.
- We don’t waste your time with trying to over-sell you
- We do not give you a low ball price and then up-sell you on things you really don’t need
- Induct, however, does not just clean the air ducts — we can also restore commercial heating and air conditioning systems to the best possible level of cleanliness.
- That includes all your mechanical equipment as well as the duct work.
Commercial HVAC System Cleaning and Decontamination
Your HVAC system is the heart of the facility, providing climate control for the comfort of your employees and guests
- Induct uses a source removal method of cleaning to remove built up deposits from your air ducts and HVAC units.
- Removing contaminants from your coils, plenums and exchanges can improve the air flow, making your system run more efficiently and reducing utility costs.
The Importance of Air Duct Cleaning
Most of your office employees probably spend the majority of the day indoors, so it’s important that they have Clean Air Ducts.
Induct Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Service will remove dirt, dust, and debris from your air ducts, improving airflow to your heating and cooling equipment.
- Remove Dust, Pollen, Dander from supply and return air ducts
- Reduce indoor air allergens
- Ensure proper airflow to heating and cooling system
- Control and prevent mold growth in ducts
- Air ducts are the respiratory system of your building. Over time, mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew and other microbes will build up inside your ductwork making your air ducts a breeding ground for these diseconomies.
- Having a clean, properly functioning HVAC system is vital to maintaining a clean and healthy living environment for your employees.
- Also, newly cleaned air ducts make your HVAC systems run more efficiently than a dirty one.
When do you need Induct Commercial Air Duct Cleaning?
- If you don’t remember ever having the ductwork cleaned or if you haven’t within the past 4 years, it is probably time.
- Do you have excessive dust on furniture and horizontal surfaces?
- Have you recently renovated?
- Have you noticed poor air flow?
- Have you ever experienced contamination anywhere in the facility or damage to the building HVAC system?
Commercial Duct Cleaning Checklist
- Consider all possible sources of indoor air pollution if you suspect an indoor air quality problem exists in the facility.
- Seriously think about having your air ducts cleaned if they are visibly contaminated with substantial mold growth, if you have pests or if the building has substantial deposits of dust
- Get laboratory confirmation of mold growth or rely on your own judgment in evaluating apparent mold growth.
- Check references.
- Ask the service provider for relevant licenses.
- Find out whether your ducts are made of sheet metal, flex duct, or are lined with fiber glass since the methods of cleaning vary depending on duct type. Remember, a combination of these elements may be present.
- Permit the application of biocides in your ducts only if necessary to control mold growth. As a precaution, your employees should not be on the premises during a chemical application.
- Do not permit the use of sealants except under unusual circumstances where other alternatives are not feasible.
- Make sure the service provider follows the National Air Duct Cleaning Association’s (NADCA) standards.
Why Properties Should Choose a NADCA Member
NADCA members work in accordance with the Association’s ACR Standard, which provides guidance on the proper and safe techniques required during HVAC Inspection, Maintenance and Restoration procedures.