We have found research indicating that the risks to human health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors. You try to make your work places air tight and energy efficient. But this means more pollutants and contaminates are trapped inside your buildings, lowering the quality of air your employees breathe.
Alliance Environmental has extensive experience in providing complete air system cleaning at both small and large facilities. These have included office buildings, institutions, manufacturers, hospitals, schools, prisons, underground parking garages, plus large industrial and commercial sites.
Plus those people who may be most susceptible to the adverse effects of indoor air pollution are those who tend to spend the greatest amount of time at your buildings. Symptoms that workers complain about include coughing, nasal congestion, sore throats, wheezing, asthma, eye irritation, headaches and fatigue. These indoor air problems can be found in the HVAC system and the ductwork.
We are part of your team. And our team of professionals has found indoor air problems from a variety of factors including poor HVAC design, inadequate filtration, lack of maintenance or not all of the components were cleaned last time.
Our total HVAC and duct cleaning system involves cleaning the components of the HVAC systems, supply ducts, return ducts and registers, coils, diffusers, grilles, supply and return fans, fan motors, air handling units and drain pans. At Alliance Environmental, we believe it is vital to use our best equipment and clean all components. We have seen that one dirty component potentially contaminates the air system all over again.
Research and studies have shown that maintaining air handler components and coil cleaning can result in energy savings, with fewer problems with mold and bacteria. We have also seen reported enhanced dehumidification and improved worker and employee comfort
Clean, efficient systems are less likely to break down, have a longer life span, and generally operate more effectively than dirty systems. Your work is performed by our experienced pros using the standards established by the National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA), CAL/OSHA, plus ACR 2006 (NADCA Code of Conduct).