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Commercial Air Duct Cleaning Services in Phoenix
Commercial Air Duct, Air Purification, and Indoor Air Quality Services
A-Z Air Duct proudly offers Commercial Air Duct cleaning services. Have you thought about a healthier environment for your customers, employees, and yourself? Health is on the top of everyone’s mind, and businesses around Phoenix are more focused than ever on not getting employees or customers sick. Creating a safer environment is enough of a reason for most companies to pursue high dusting and duct cleaning services. The other benefits of your business are the icing on the cake.
Commercial Air Duct Cleaning
The EPA estimates indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Polluted indoor air could lead to a few problems that could put a damper in your business. Imagine legions of customers that bring in illnesses, and get your employees sick resulting in downtime. Imagine those same customers being turned off by seeing the dusty merchandise, or even a very sick employee.
For the health of your business, it is essential to maintain an environment that is healthy and inviting!
A typical Phoenix air duct cleaning company can offer excellent services to residential customers, but commercial air duct cleaning requires a different, more robust approach. Equipment, training, and methods all need to scale up to deal with larger duct volume, more dust, and more ducts.
Some Of Our Commercial Clients Include:
Benefits of Commercial Air Cleaning
Your employees will be sick less often, more productive, and more likely to remain with your company when they have clean, fresh air to breathe. Your customers will enjoy shopping and experience all your firm has to offer when the air they are breathing is free of dust, dander, and the many contaminants found in air ducts. Businesses in the Phoenix area regularly notice all of the following after receiving commercial air cleaning service:
- Happier customers and employees
- Reduced health costs
- Reduced downtime and sick leave
- More appealing storefront
- Reduced energy bills
- Increased profits
What Kinds Of Contaminants Are Commonly Found In Air Ducts?
Unfortunately, dust isn’t the only problem you can have if you go too long without commercial air cleaning. The list of contaminants and pollutants inside air ducts is not pleasant reading for employees or customers:
- Insects and insect parts
- Rodent Droppings
- Rodent Hairs
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
Sadly, this is not even a complete list!
How often should I have my business’s HVAC unit cleaned and inspected?
Another way to ask this question may be, “How much sick time do I want my employees to take?” The more frequently you have your commercial ducts and HVAC system cleaned and inspected, the less likely you will be to suffer levels of contaminants that cause illnesses. At least annually is a minimum recommendation; if you see a lot of foot traffic, more often is better.
Commercial Air Duct Cleaning
When you get all of the contaminants out of your air ducts, they don’t just disappear. That’s why we use negative pressure air duct cleaning for our clients in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. The last thing we want is to push dust, dirt, and bacteria out of the ducts and into the rest of your space. Instead, our talented employees use advanced technology and powerful equipment to suck all of the contaminants out of your ductwork.
Doing it this way allows us to remove everything from your ducts without blowing it through your vents. This is the process for anyone who wants the contaminants all the way out of their property. Once we’re finished, we’ll re-seal your ductwork to restore unobstructed airflow.
Our high dusting services will help you clean and dust hard to reach spots in your commercial space, retail store, or office. We have the equipment to do the job properly and safely. An essential service for shopping markets and commercial buildings with ceilings higher than 8 feet. Schedule out our service monthly or quarterly to ensure your business is always clean and presentable.
Most traditional cleaning companies don’t cover high dusting. Some commercial property owners don’t mind because they think the problem is out of sight, out of mind. Unfortunately, though, large dust collections (even in high spaces) will decrease air quality and find their way to other parts of the building. Our high dusting service covers all of the following and more:
- Overhead Lights
Cleaning for Dryer Vents (Laundromats and Hotels)
Dryer vent cleaning for commercial businesses like spas, laundromats, and hotels is especially important. These types of properties go through a lot of laundry which means there’s plenty of dust collecting in the dryer vents. When the vents aren’t cleared out, problems start to arise.
The first problem is generally a decrease in energy efficiency because caked-on dust reduces airflow through the vents. Your machine will have to work harder to push air through the vent, and dust will even start backing up. This extra strain lowers the life expectancy of your dryer in addition to causing high utility bills.
There are even health and safety risks associated with dusty dryer vents. Some of the dust will make it out of the vents, too, which damages the air quality in your building. If the problem goes unchecked, the collection of dust will eventually create a fire hazard, especially because of the heat from the machines.
What is Sick Building Syndrome?
As the Environmental Protection Agency puts it, your employees and customers may experience sick building syndrome if they suffer “acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, but no specific illness or cause can be identified.” If your employees or frequent customers complain of “headaches; eye, nose, or throat irritation; a dry cough; dry or itchy skin; dizziness and nausea; difficulty in concentrating; fatigue; and sensitivity to odors”, you may have a “sick building”.
THE EPA ATTRIBUTES SICK BUILDINGS TO FOUR CAUSES:
1. Poor ventilation
2. Chemical contaminants from indoor sources
3. Chemical contaminants from outdoor sources
4. Biological contaminants
All of these issues have one thing in common: the ducts in your building. You can help alleviate sick building syndrome by having your ducts professionally cleaned.