Our enviable climate and temperature spikes have made it essential for every building, commercial or residential, to ensure they have the appropriate AC system or systems in place. Whether you are at work or at home, at school or in a meeting, most of us spend hours and hours breathing in air from a ventilation system. How you manage the cleaning of your AC Ducts will determine just how ‘fresh’ that air is.
Given their often perpetual usage, air conditioning systems can be a collection source for a variety of contaminants; none of which are good for your health. Poor quality indoor air can result in the inhalation of particles such as mould, fungi, dust and bacteria. These harmful stowaways in our air can cause irritations to the eyes, throat and allergies as well as negatively impact the overall health, well-being and productivity of the building’s occupants.
Consider this; we eat around 2 kg of food per day and we drink around 3 litres per day but we breathe in over 11 litres per day. You wouldn’t eat a salad with bugs on it or drink a cup of coffee with dust in it would you? So why would you breathe in contaminated air?
The first step in our process is Inspection and Testing. We utilise advanced technology robots to thoroughly inspect your ventilation systems, including conducting a visual inspection of the interior surfaces of both the supply and return air ducts. We also use state of the art tests to sample the quality of your indoor air and determine its contribution to or causation of adverse health effects in the occupants.
Our tests can accurately assess the levels of common contaminants in seconds/minutes, including the presence of carbon monoxide, dust mites, fungus, mould and bacteria.