HVAC Cleaning

Delivering Safety and Protection for Your Indoor Air

Our commercial, industrial, and municipal air duct cleaning and HVAC inspections are always part of a disaster response and recovery effort, but they’re also a vital part of regular maintenance for your HVAC system. Unmaintained HVAC systems can accumulate extensive particle and dust buildup, leading to inefficiencies, higher costs, and unsafe indoor air quality. Regular HVAC air duct cleaning and HVAC system inspections are important for a safe, healthy work environment. Not only is this important for the health of your customers and employees, it’s also important to the bottom line of your business because issues with your HVAC system can be very disruptive.   

We’re here to help. We offer regular inspections, detailed cleaning routines, and other solutions tailored to your needs.

Find out how we can reduce or eliminate potential air pollutants and irritants and create a more comfortable work environment for productive, healthy employees.

The HVAC system in your building may be spreading harmful, unsafe air, whether from mold, soot after a fire, general airborne contaminants, or some other pollutants. Our experience with HVAC inspections and HVAC cleaning can help you mitigate these issues, ensuring that your heating and cooling systems promote a safe, healthy indoor environment for your customers and employees.

Our technicians use state-of-the-art technology and equipment to meticulously inspect each HVAC component for pollen, dirt, dust, and other irritants. We use cameras to find all visible contaminants throughout the ductwork.

After we complete a thorough inspection, we provide HVAC vent cleaning, HVAC duct cleaning, HVAC coil cleaning, and anything else that needs to be done to contain and remove pollutants, irritants, and any other debris negatively affecting your HVAC system. We examine ceilings, registers, and grilles for any signs of dust buildup, mold, bacteria, or insulation damage. Our HVAC cleaning services are critical for efficient operation and safe, indoor air.

Our technicians perform thorough HVAC inspection, cleaning and decontamination procedures according to stringent industry and government standards, including: National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA), IICRC 5520 (Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation), and the Environmental Protection Agency’s Guidelines on Mold and HVAC Systems.

Certified as an HVAC & Climate Control Specialist

Discover the certifications and memberships we’ve received from third-party industry organizations.

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Let us help you prepare for the unexpected

When disaster strikes, knowing what to expect can make a world of difference. Discover what our specialists have to say about preparing for disaster, expediting recovery, and everything in between. We’re here to help, always.


The HVAC system in your building controls air flow, air changes, temperature, and humidity for occupant comfort and the indoor environment. HVAC climate control is the ability to regulate the temperature in any given space within a building.

HVAC systems that are clean and functioning properly will control humidity and keep the indoor air safe. If they are not functioning properly, humidity can cause microbial contamination in the HVAC system that will spread throughout a building. HVAC inspection, cleaning and maintenance is important to prevent indoor air contamination.

Excessive indoor moisture or humidity can cause damage to buildings and mechanical components. It can also lead to indoor air quality issues or building related illnesses from irritants. Keeping the relative humidity below 60%, ideally between 30-50%, will minimize the chances for microbial growth.

Every building is different, but the first step is to conduct an inspection of your HVAC system once a year to determine whether the system needs to be cleaned and to help identify conditions that may become a problem. A qualified HVAC inspector will assess the condition of the evaporator coils in the air handling unit and inspect the ductwork to determine if there are any issues.