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Improving Efficiency & Indoor Air Quality
If you own or manage any type of commercial business or facility, your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system probably consumes more energy than any other unit or appliance on your property. Studies show that commercial HVAC systems are responsible for over 30% of the overall energy consumed in a commercial building. This percentage is most likely higher if you don’t have your HVAC system and air ducts cleaned and maintained on a regular basis.
Why It’s Important to Keep Your Air Ducts Clean
Not only can our HVAC system and air duct cleaning services improve your indoor air quality, but it can also reduce the amount of energy your building consumes, saving on utility bills and maintenance costs.
What Is SBS?
Sick Building Syndrome is the term used to describe the situation where a building’s occupants suffer from acute health problems or discomforting symptoms that are directly related to time being spent in the building. Causes include: microbial contaminants, chemical contaminants, and poor building ventilation. Exposure to these contaminants includes irritation of the skin, throat, nose, and eyes, headaches, fatigue, or dizziness to name a few.
DUCTZ indoor air professionals can assist with removing potential causes of SBS by reducing contaminants and minimizing microbial growth. By using our expertise and advanced air duct cleaning and HVAC restoration processes, DUCTZ can protect your commercial property and everyone inside of it.
Turn to our highly trained and certified professionals for your next service!
For more information, visit our Commercial HVAC Cleaning & Restoration services page.
Call DUCTZ now at(877) 382-8987 for commercial air duct cleaning services.
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