When you are operating a business, you have the additional responsibility of protecting the health and well-being of your employees at the office. It is your job to make sure that your employees breathe clean and healthy air. Depending on the location and nature of your office, you need to determine how often you should get your air ducts cleaned.
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Boosts your HVAC’s longevity
Did you know that 9 out of 10 times HVAC systems fail due to the buildup of dust and dirt? You need to keep the heat exchanger inside your HVAC system cool which is done by maintaining the fan located inside the air handler. There can be cracks in the air handler as a result of dust and dirt accumulation, which in turn causes your HVAC system to break down prematurely. Maintaining clean air ducts will ensure that you prevent such shortcomings.
When dust and other pollutants are removed from your air ducts, it not only keeps the air ducts clean but also eliminates odor. When you have odor-free air ducts and an odor-free office, your employees have a good working environment and sanitary working conditions.
Cleaning your office HVAC system’s air ducts also removes seasonal allergies, stops growth of molds and mildews, improves indoor air quality, removes insect debris and rodent droppings, and promotes energy and cost efficiency.
Toxins, chemicals, construction debris, dust, and certain allergens can make their way into your office through air ducts. If you want a safe and healthy work environment in your office, you should make sure that you clean your office HVAC system’s air ducts with the help of professionals.
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