DUCT CLEANING

We clean and supply air conditioning systems to the highest standard from registers to connecting duct, main duct and air handling units. These systems, specifically the return component, are very prone to buildups of dust, mould, allergens and other contaminants. For the best air quality and system performance, it is vital that inspection and duct cleaning procedures are adhered to. Duct cleaning removes contaminants using source removal methods (we do not use chemical sealants).

Types of Duct Cleaning

HVAC DUCT CLEANING

We clean and supply air conditioning systems to the highest standard from registers to connecting duct, main duct and air handling units. These systems, specifically the return component, are very prone to buildups of dust, mould, allergens and other contaminants. For the best air quality and system performance, it is vital that inspection and duct cleaning procedures are adhered to. Duct cleaning removes contaminants using source removal methods (we do not use chemical sealants). This improves indoor air quality, air flow, odors, operation costs and occupant’s health. After the system is cleaned, there will be a noticeable reduction in dust, and diffusers will be visibly cleaner. Many different parts of air conditioning systems periodically require cleaning.

LAUNDRY DUCT CLEANING

We clean laundry exhaust systems in their entirety, from the direct outlet of the machines to connecting ductwork, main ductwork, risers and fans. Lint, hair and dust accumulate at different rates within these systems in accordance to the frequency of use. This lint can be a major fire hazard and can often cause odors. Regular cleaning and maintenance significantly reduces the risk of fire.

KITCHEN EXHAUST CLEANING

We clean kitchen exhaust systems from top to bottom, excluding filters. From the range hoods/canopies to connecting ductwork, booster fans, main ductwork, risers and main fans. Grease and Oil accumulates at different rates within different components of these systems dependent on frequency and style of cooking. These particular systems should be treated with the highest priority due to the substantial fire risk involved. Regular inspections and cleaning dramatically reduces the risk of fire.

HVAC AIR BALANCING

Air balancing is the mechanical regulation of a system to achieve desired airflow. When airflow is balanced, your HVAC system works more efficiently. Most likely, your technician will make improvements to your air ducts during the air balancing process.
By sealing duct leaks and improving air circulation, less conditioned air escapes and more airflow goes where it needs to. This means stronger airflow for you and improved energy efficiency for your HVAC system Sealing air leaks and modifying ductwork design prevents dirt, dust, mold, and other contaminants from clogging up your HVAC system.
By improving airflow, you reduce your HVAC system’s workload and remove substantial dirt and stress. Air balancing may cost you some money upfront, but you’ll make it back in the savings you get from improved energy efficiency, fewer repairs, and prolonged system life spans.

STORAGE WATER TANK CLEANING

Clean the tank interior – implement all confined space Entry requirements mentioned below before entering the tank. Remove any accumulated Sediment/sludge from tank bottom. Scrub walls with a Wire brush and fresh water and remove all resulting Residue. Use of cleaning materials containing Chlorine such as bleach solution or any other hazardous Material is not allowed due to the significant risks Posed to workers. Conduct any structural inspection or repair that may be necessary. Following any maintenance measures necessary the Interior walls and floor should be rinsed with fresh Water and any remaining residue and water should be removed.
Conduct any structural inspection or repair that may be necessary. Following any maintenance measures necessary the Interior walls and floor should be rinsed with fresh Water and any remaining Residue and water should be removed .

HVAC COIL CLEANING

If the coil is contaminated with a light dust or dirt not adhered to the fins, blowing low pressure compressed air across the fins or the use of a soft bristle brush may be sufficient. Applying a plain water or mild detergent solution to the surface, allowing it to sit for a short time then rinsing is employed in some cases. More aggressive deposits call for the use of stronger cleaning solutions or solvents as required. Coils can be steam cleaned but require extra care. Steam must be applied at low pressure and the stream kept parallel to the fins to prevent folding the fins over. More aggressive deposits call for the use of stronger cleaning solutions or solvents as required. Coils can be steam cleaned but require extra care. Steam must be applied at low pressure and the stream kept parallel to the fins to prevent folding the fins over.