VENTILATION DUCTWORK CLEANING
Ventilation systems are used to emit a constant supply of clean and fresh air throughout a building. They control the temperature whilst replenishing oxygen levels to provide the highest possible quality of indoor air. Ventilating removes odours, heat, airborne bacteria, carbon dioxide, dust, moisture and smoke from the atmosphere. However, a broken or neglected ventilation system can have severe consequences on the quality of this atmosphere such as dampened air that can seriously weaken precious décor. Unfiltered air can contaminate an entire building, resulting in the poor health of occupants. Without a ventilation system to substitute noxious and stale air, dried flammable materials can build up within the system, drastically increasing the risk of a fire. With energy costs on the incline, an ineffective system will be a needless financial cost for a company.
An inspection is required to identify the condition of the systems, any cleaning or repair works required, an overall cost breakdown for the works and our professional recommendation on how often the system should be inspected. Ventilation systems are designed to go un-noticed and are located in roof voids above ceilings which makes it virtually impossible to know the condition of the system without a proper professional survey. Detecting signs of contamination within the ductwork systems is usually evident through signs of discolorations or debris located around the louvre or grille. This is a dead giveaway that a form of contamination has taken root within the system and requires immediate attention.