Duct Cleaning News
20 August 2016
By removing contaminants from a home’s air duct system, the effects of dust and mold are greatly reduced. Clean, healthy, circulating air is a must for those sensitive to indoor air contaminants, especially with allergies being at an all-time high. Here are the top five reasons air ducts should be inspected and serviced: 1. Allergies. By properly cleaning their air duct system homeowners protect their families from harmful dust and other contaminants. Air ducts provide an ideal breeding ground for bacteria, mold, fungi, and other allergens. Children under the age of four are particularly vulnerable and the result may be allergies or asthma. Seattle Healthy Projects reports, “New research indicates if children do not come into contact with asthma triggers between birth and four years old they may never develop asthma.” 2. Mold. Many air duct systems are located in a home’s basement. Most have had a wet, damp, or flooded basement in the past. This moisture may cause mold and mildew to grow in and around the ductwork. An anti-microbial should be fogged into the system after the cleaning to prevent future growth. 3. Pets. Animal fur gets trapped in the vents and builds up living germs, fungus, and allergy-causing bacteria. Pet dander will still exist from a previous owner and will cause reactions for people with allergies. The fur and dander can also hinder the efficiency of the HVAC system. Clumps of hair will slow down the airflow for the entire system. 4. Dust. New homeowners may do constant dusting only to find the dust back the very next day. The reason is the dust continues to flow through the house and ductwork until it is properly cleaned. Homes built today will have drywall dust and construction debris in the ductwork before the owner even moves in. 5. Efficiency. Years of dust, hair, pests, and other pollutants in ductwork will hinder an HVAC system’s airflow. A proper cleaning will help remove the buildup and promote the proper airflow needed to run the system at peak efficiency. The spiders, insects, and rodents that have been living and dying in ducts for years will be cleaned out as well from a thorough cleaning.
Range hood Cleaning
22 September 2016
According to the National Fire Protection Association, cooking equipment is the leading cause of restaurant fires. This leading factor far surpasses other causes such as heating equipment, electrical and lighting equipment, smoking materials or intentional fires. These events often occur when a office kitchen operator least expects it. Prevention is crucial in protecting your business, your employees and yourself. Not only can grease fires destroy your building, they can lead to lost revenues and even loss of life. Take the appropriate steps to ensure your kitchen is up to code and free of hazards year round. Kitchen exhaust system cleaning is not only important for the purpose of keeping your business up to code and in compliance; it is also a major factor in fire safety. As the leading cause of restaurant fires, your kitchen equipment should be monitored closely. The more grease buildup on your kitchen equipment, the higher the chances are that it will ignite, causing destruction in its path. To make things more complicated, not all grease is visible to the naked eye. Grease accumulates in the facilities duct work, behind kitchen equipment and on the roof. Each area should be fully inspected to ensure proper removal and cleanliness. Kitchen exhaust cleaning professionals should not only inspect inside the kitchen, but also must inspect the duct work and rooftop.
09 December 2016
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