Have You Cleaned Your HVAC System Lately?
| Michael D. Vinick, ASCS, CVI, President - Duct & Vent Cleaning of America, Inc. Past President - NADCA
During the summer months, your cooling system is running at full capacity. Having your ductwork and cooling coils cleaned will help to boost the efficiency of your cooling system by allowing air to flow more freely, causing less stress on your HVAC system. In return, you may notice a decrease in energy consumption, lowering the costs associated with running your facility.
"Improving the indoor air quality in your facility will reduce sick days and increase employee morale."
Better Air Quality:
Getting your ductwork cleaned might be the last thing on your mind this season, but there are many benefits in doing so. The EPA estimates that in a sick building, up to $4 per square foot may be lost in productivity. Improving the indoor air quality in your facility will reduce sick days and increase employee morale. Cleaning your ductwork will eliminate volatile organic compounds from being recirculated in your facility. Having your ductwork cleaned regularly will help to improve staff job performance.
Reducing The Need To Clean:
Dirty air ducts can cause dust to spread and build up on furniture and other surfaces.