The standard HVAC system within a multi-unit building requires comprehensive maintenance cleaning. The latest NACDA guideline state that HVAC systems must be maintained professionally to ensure effective performance for the long-term. But some building owners may not know what the process involves, making them wary about selecting the service for their property. The specialists here at Michael A. Smith Duct Cleaning have completed hundreds of HVAC systems cleaning projects during their years in the marketplace. And in this article, they’ll provide BC Vancouver Lower Mainland clients an overview on the HVAC system & air duct cleaning services process.
The Entire System is First Placed under Continuous Negative Pressure
During the HVAC system cleaning process, it’s important to prevent the spread of contaminants. Under normal air pressure conditions, maintenance work may move the contaminants around the system and caused disperse dust and debris. However, specialists that have been trained and certified according to the latest NACDA Guidelines use special equipment to create negative air pressure flow within the HVAC air ducts. This negative pressure allows the specialists to loosen contaminants from the duct equipment.
The Technicians Then Use Modern Technology to Complete Comprehensive Cleaning
In the past, companies have used large trucks with heavy-duty vacuum systems to complete cleaning within multi-unit properties. But these trucks have often been found to be unnecessary in completing effective duct cleaning work. Building owners are far better served with a strong team completing precise cleaning work utilizing the latest equipment to clean all elements of the HVAC system. The most important element of the work is in ensuring that all contaminants are removed. And so the process involves carefully cleaning components such as the HVAC blower and coils.
At the Conclusion Comprehensive Cleaning Analysis is completed
Once all elements of the HVAC system have been carefully cleaned ready for the system to restarted, it’s important that specialists analyze the cleaning work to determine that all areas have been cleaned. The analysis process requires the entire team reviewing the system carefully and going through a checklist to ensure that all NACDA guidelines have been followed.
Potential Add-On Procedures to Consider
BC Vancouver Lower Mainland building owners may also consider add on service work is part of the cleaning process. Examples of the add-on services available within the air duct cleaning services process include:
The leading cleaning companies recommend filter replacements following their service. This helps ensure a greater number of contaminants are prevented from entering the system to keep the air flowing through your HVAC system as pure as possible.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Dryer vent cleaning is an available service designed for multi-unit buildings with in-suite laundry or common laundry rooms. The service can help improve clothes-drying times for residents and help owners minimize their utility costs.
By understanding the air duct cleaning services process and working with a qualified BC Vancouver Lower Mainland specialist to achieve professional results, building owners can ensure the effective performance of their HVAC systems and dryer ducts for many years to come. To learn more on this professional service, speak with the team at Michael A. Smith Duct Cleaning Ltd. directly via 604-589-2553 or visit their business website at www.masduct.com.