When it comes to fighting dirty indoor air, Zducts has what it takes to help everyone breathe easier and feel better in the workplace. Poorly maintained HVAC systems harbor mold, fungi, bacteria, pollen, dust mites and other disease carrying biological pollutants which are re-circulated through forced air systems. Given the right conditions of moisture and temperature, these contaminants can flourish in the ductwork and be carried out into the workspace where humans are exposed.
Zducts features a five-point program for the highest quality and customer satisfaction for HVAC System Cleaning and Air Duct Cleaning
1. The cleaning of every component of the HVAC system conforming to the standards established by NADCA and EPA guidelines. This includes the return system, air handler, heat exchanger, blower, coils, distribution plenum, supply ductwork and the diffusers/registers.
2. Disinfecting of non-porous system components with an EPA registered biocide (if/when necessary).
3. Identification and repair of air leaks throughout the HVAC system on an access-permitting basis.
4. Examination of the HVAC system and reporting back to you on any conditions in need of repair.
5. Resurfacing the air handler with an EPA registered anti-bacterial/anti-fungal coating to help prevent future growth of fungus and bacteria and degradation of the internal fiberglass liner.
HVAC Systems are excellent breeding grounds for harmful airborne contaminants to gather and then spread throughout a building. When HVAC Systems are contaminated with dust, mold, construction debris, bacteria, or insulation fibers the indoor air quality of the facility suffers, putting patients at a higher risk in healthcare facilities, and damaging employee productivity for businesses. When the contaminants are combined with varying temperatures, humidity levels, and airflow in the HVAC System the indoor air environment can dramatically suffer. Not only are there additional health risk with a dirty HVAC System, but a system's operating and efficacy standards are impaired, resulting in higher operating cost for the facility.