ServiceMaster By Mason provides air duct and HVAC cleaning services to businesses and housing complexes in Southern Rhode Island and Eastern Connecticut
Are dirty air ducts costing you money? Call the professionals today!
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25-40% of the energy used for heating or cooling is wasted. Indoor air pollutants require an HVAC system to work harder to heat and cool a facility. Pollutants are pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulated an average of 5 to 7 times per day. Over time, this recirculation causes a build-up of pollutants in the duct work. Removing these pollutants allows the HVAC system to work more efficiently and results in energy savings.*
Indoor air pollutants can also cause serious health problems for employees who have respiratory conditions, autoimmune disorders or environmental allergies.
Other benefits of air duct cleaning from ServiceMaster By Mason include:
- Reduced potential for mold growth
- Extended HVAC equipment life
- A healthier environment for allergy sufferers
- Removal of unpleasant odors
What to expect from air duct/HVAC cleaning services from ServiceMaster By Mason:
Our powerful vacuum system will first be connected to the air duct near the furnace. Commercial grade products and equipment will then be used to dislodge the contaminants and debris in the air ducts. The powerful vacuum will then pull the contaminants out of the ducts and through the filtration system, returning clean air back into the facility. Once the system is cleaned, all access holes are resealed, returning the duct system to a like new, clean condition.
Once the air ducts have been cleaned in your business, your technician will perform a walk through to ensure you are satisfied. Be sure to communicate this with the Building Engineer or Superintendent. He/she may have turned off the sprinkler system, the alarm system or any other equipment or mechanical systems necessary to have your air ducts cleaned.
To maintain your clean air ducts, consider these helpful tips:
In a commercial facility, a filter maintenance schedule should be established be based on the manufacturer’s recommendations, the environmental conditions of the facility, and type of facility and industry. Regular vacuuming will also help reduce airborne dirt and debris
Most facilities require air duct cleaning every three to five years. Use springtime and the onset of allergy season as a reminder to check for dirty supply and return vent covers. This, and dark lines on the walls by vents, are signs that air ducts need to be cleaned.
The inspection schedule according to NADCA is:
|Building Use Classification||Air Handling Unit||Supply Ductwork||Return Ductwork/Exhaust|
|Industrial||1 year||1 year||1 year|
|Commercial||1 year||1 year||1 year|
|Healthcare||1 year||1 year||1 year|
|Marine||1 year||2 years||2 years|
Please complete the form to the right for additional information on our air duct/HVAC cleaning services for businesses and housing complexes in Southern Rhode Island and Eastern Connecticut. To schedule an appointment, call ServiceMaster By Mason at 800-934-5869. Our team will work with you to schedule a time convenient for you.