The answer has to do with the specific qualifications and credentials that these terms have, the specialized equipment they’ve invested in, and the unique knowledge that they provide to client companies on a regular basis. In this article we cover three important factors as to why you should have a professional air quality team visit your commercial business building.
When you call air quality specialists or an environmental firm, you don’t have to rely on in-house maintenance staff to do everything on your property. You will likely get more qualified support. The specialized team often comes with key certifications, such as certification by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association. NADCA certification ensures that these teams have learned about air handling systems and equipment repair. The best of these firms will also be licensed, insured and bonded.
What that means is that if anything happens on the property, it will be covered by proper financial security agreements. You can’t predict how any repair work is going to go — some type of unprecedented accident or error could cause your HVAC or air handling system to damage some other system in your building. Having a professional contractor is important. The bonding ensures that the work will be done properly and according to schedule.
- A Certified Process
Some other benefits that you get with professional air quality firms involve cleaning out particular areas of your HVAC or air handling system – the ductwork.
Ductwork in commercial and home systems is not as simple as it might seem.
As a professional specialized firm, we come in with unique vacuum equipment that has safety features on it, so that contaminants don’t get released in the building. In order to safely and efficiently clean out your ductwork and other areas of your system, process is always necessary. Professional crews can even go into ductwork safely in order to clean it or identify and fix any problems. In many cases, it isn’t ideal to have an in-house staff member, or anyone who is not certified to be cleaning air ducts and vents.
- Preventing Damage and Unforeseeable Factors
Here’s another key point about having professional air quality staff on-site. Often, we’ll be able to point out key problems that nobody noticed until inspection.
As experienced technicians we can spot differences in air pressure, or build-up on machinery parts.
In addition, we are also able to tell the air quality in a space and tell you about the best ways to keep equipment in good shape, protect the health and safety of building inhabitants, and properly maintain your air handling system.
All of this supports the idea that manufacturing companies and other businesses should get hooked up with a specialized duct cleaning and air quality service.
Enviro Air Cleaning is dedicated to serving its community with better air quality. Call Enviro Air Cleaning today for an inspection and estimate on your dirty air ducts.