Your Safety Is Our Top Priority
The inside surfaces of any HVAC system can collect and retain gaseous emissions, moisture, smoke, and other contaminants as the result of a smoke or fire-related event. This can occur even if your HVAC system was not in operation during the fire event. These conditions can negatively affect indoor air quality and the performance of your HVAC system.
Our DUCTZ professionals can perform a thorough inspection to determine if the interior of your HVAC system has been negatively affected by a fire-related particulate. We will design a plan to restore your HVAC system to its proper condition.
The Dangers Posed by Smoke Damage
Repairing your home in the aftermath of a fire can be a daunting and stressful experience. Even if a fire does not destroy the structure of your home, it’s critical to have your HVAC and air duct systems inspected. Smoke and soot can enter your ductwork causing damage and lingering odor unless properly cleaned and restored.
Our indoor air professionals have the necessary tools and experience to inspect your entire HVAC system to ensure that your family or tenants are safe. We have what it takes to determine whether a full or partial restoration is needed. Our teams have the ability to get the job completed quickly so you can resume your daily routine and breathe clean and odor free air once again.
Assessing Water Damage
DUCTZ strictly adheres to the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) S500 and S520 standards when assessing water-related problems within mechanical systems. We then use our NADCA approved cleaning standards to carry out the proper restoration procedures and remove moisture and other potential hazards from your HVAC system in the most efficient and effective way possible.
For more information, visit our Residential HVAC Cleaning & Restoration services page.
Call DUCTZ now at(877) 382-8987 for residential fire and water damage HVAC restoration services.
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