Should Commercial Ducts Be Cleaned?
Are you a restaurant owner? You most likely clean your kitchen and dining rooms thoroughly every day.
Do you operate a commercial kitchen? Cleanliness is critical as you move food product through the various stages.
Does your medical office bring in sensitive patients? Allergies, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses are on the rise. These patients are extremely sensitive to dust and other airborne contaminants.
In all cases, a great deal of time is spent keeping the workspace clean, the equipment sterile, the office spotless. But have you ever thought about the air quality and how it impacts all that enter?
If you have a sensitive customer, they know in an instant. Sometimes they can tell by a sniff. And sometimes they can tell just by looking around. Cobwebs and dirt coating the air vents spell trouble. Dirt surrounding the air vents means there is dirt in the air.
You’ve been cleaning the visible part of your business on a regular basis. Now it’s time to clean the ductwork too.
Because what you can’t see can hurt you. Take a trip through any building’s ductwork and you’ll likely find an abundance of dust, pollen, bacteria, rodents, rodent droppings, insects, fungus and other biological particulates. And that’s just the start.
Depending on the size of your commercial building and the other tenants in place, renovations could be occurring on a regular basis. That introduces even more to the environment, such as sawdust, sheet rock dust and other construction debris.
And when it starts to show and presents visible dust and dirt on the vent covers, it’s not only unsightly but leads to an unhealthy environment.
It’s important to hire the right duct cleaning company to tackle your commercial property with proper tools and extensive knowledge. After all, getting the job done right the first time will save you both money and time in the future. Call us today for an estimate for cleaning the air ducts and air handlers in your building.