Duct Work of HVAC Systems
Serving 32 counties of Minnesota in East Central, Northwoods, South Central, Southwest Minnesota and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis & Saint Paul
Indoor Air Quality refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. HVAC systems in buildings are being run constantly and just through normal everyday occupation within a building, we generate a lot of contaminants (dust, dirt, pollen, chemicals, etc.) that are pulled into the HVAC system and then re-circulated, up to 7 times a day. Over time the constant movement of these contaminants builds up in the ductwork causing it to not work as efficiently as it could. Not to mention, these contaminants combined with moisture has the potential of becoming breeding grounds for bacteria and mold.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25-40 percent of the energy used for heating and cooling is wasted, as the air is forced to travel through the build-up in the ductwork. Not only does this raise costs to run your HVAC system, it also shortens the life of your system. Even with the proper filters capturing those contaminants, they still get dirty. A proper clean system, regularly maintained will not only extend the life of your system, but also help maintain the temperature you desire at less energy consumption and much improved cost benefits to your building and health of your employees.
What we do:
Our advanced systems combine the newest techniques by our certified team to scrub out the accumulated contaminants, dirt and debris in your business’s HVAC system. Our team also makes sure you receive the best in customer service while providing the remarkable cleaning experience you expect. Before long, your system will be humming like brand new, extending the life of your investments. With regular maintenance, ServiceMaster can keep your business environment healthy with improved air quality and better efficient systems.
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