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Improving Efficiency & Indoor Air Quality
As a commercial property or business owner, you know that your building’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system probably consumes more energy than any other unit or appliance. Studies show that commercial HVAC systems are responsible for over 30% of the overall energy consumed in a building. This percentage can be even higher if you don’t have your HVAC system and air ducts cleaned on a regular basis. Our Birmingham DUCTZ crew can help you lower your energy bill by keeping your property’s air ducts clean. We provide our services in Adamsville, Trussville, Vandiver, and surrounding communities.
Why It’s Important to Keep Your Air Ducts Clean
Our HVAC system and air duct cleaning services don’t just improve your indoor air quality. When your system and ducts are clean, they work more efficiently and use less energy. Call DUCTZ to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system.
What Is SBS?
Do your building’s occupants suffer from acute health problems or allergy-like symptoms, such as itchy eyes, headaches, and nausea? Your property may have Sick Building Syndrome, or SBS. SBS can be caused by microbial contaminants, chemical contaminants, and poor ventilation. The good news is that our Birmingham DUCTZ crew can help!
DUCTZ indoor air professionals can work with you to devise a plan for your SBS concerns in your facility. Our expert air duct cleaning and HVAC restoration processes help to protect your commercial property and everyone inside of it. Improving the air quality in your facility works to protect your building occupants, reduce health complaints and sick days.
Turn to our highly trained and certified professionals! Call DUCTZ now at 205-408-6000 for commercial air duct cleaning services.
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