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Wildfire Solutions Using NAMs
Wildfire season in the Western states has become inevitable. As employees have returned to the office and bu siness and facilities have resumed operations, employees' and customers' health, welfare, and safety are priorities. Alliance Environmental provides negative air machine rentals or purchases depending on what the facility or property needs are.
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We had a kitchen fire and our insurance company has Alliance Environmental Group come out to help in the project. Their team was great to work with, very thorough, answered our questions and very professional. The documentation was very detailed and they did an excellent job in removing the materials that needed to be disposed of. They left everything very clean, and we appreciated all of their help. Highly recommended! Thank You

Karen K.

Alliance Environmental Group out of Sacramento, restored our attic after smoke damage from the Kincade fire in Windsor. Jose Roman, and Luis arrived promptly, prior to the scheduled time, and screened off their work area with plastic sheeting from floor to ceiling, so as not to contaminate the rest of the house and garage; they wore protective gear at all times. Using huge hoses they vacuumed the old insulation out and thoroughly cleaned the attic area. Jose took before, during and after photos of the complete process. A separate hose blew in new insulation. It looked much better than the original job when the house was built. They hauled away huge bags of contaminated insulation. They left the property just as spotless as when they arrived (even swept a few leaves from the sidewalk). They were professional, polite, friendly and efficient. I highly recommend this team (Jose’s team) and their services.

Den B.

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Negative Air Machines
Why Use An Air Scrubber?
Buying or Renting a Negative Air Machines
Negative Air Machines and Air Scrubbers Usages
Negative Air Machines

Negative air machines remove contaminants from the air in an enclosed space and prevent the contaminants from escaping into other parts of the building. They create a negative air pressure vacuum that draws air through a filter to remove smoke, fumes, dirt, fungus, mold, dust, microbes, and other particles. They can be used as air scrubbers to filter and recirculate air within a space, or they can be attached to ductwork to exhaust contaminated air out of a building.

To create a negative pressure environment, there has to be more air leaving the room than the amount that enters, and the Negative Air Unit must be inside the containment with ductwork to exhaust the filtered air.

Why Use An Air Scrubber?

You may need a negative air machine for room isolation because of contagious viruses, dust control in construction in conjunction with an anteroom, mobile containment unit, or removal of smoke, odors, gases, fumes, mold, fungus, and microbes.

Buying or Renting a Negative Air Machines

You may need a negative air machine for room isolation because of contagious viruses, dust control in construction in conjunction with an anteroom, mobile containment unit, or removal of smoke, odors, gases, fumes, mold, fungus, and microbes.

Negative Air Machines and Air Scrubbers Usages

Common Environments where & Situations where Negative Air Machines and Air Scrubbers are used:

  • Fire Restoration
  • Water Restoration
  • Construction Sites
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Asbestos Abatement
  • Mold Abatement
  • Disaster Remediation Projects
  • Retail Industries
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Building Remediation
  • Bio-Hazard Removal
  • Crime Scene Clean Up

About NAM's

Negative Air Machines

Negative air machines remove contaminants from the air in an enclosed space and prevent…

Why Use An Air Scrubber?

You may need a negative air machine for room isolation because of contagious viruses,…

Buying or Renting a Negative Air Machines

You may need a negative air machine for room isolation because of contagious viruses,…

Negative Air Machines and Air Scrubbers Usages

Common Environments where & Situations where Negative Air Machines and Air Scrubbers are used:…

Our Other Services

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Team Heat
Alliance Team Heat completes more heat treatment work than any other company in the State of California — over…
Bed Bugs & Mites Treatment
We use a chemical free, odorless, single-application heat solution that adheres to all OSHA and environmental la…
Attic Insulation Removal and Replacement
Whether you need to fix damage from rodent infestation, roof leaks or are remodeling, Alliance is your trusted p…

Resources For You

Here is a listing of relevant ebooks, free reports and other industry related information covering a wide range of Environmental Service topics.

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Caldor Fire Evacuees Having To Deal With Unhealthy Smoke

The smoke is dealing another blow to evacuees forced out of their homes. Some are camping outside in the hazardous air.

Prepare for Wildfire

Evacuation plans for families with young children should include helping toddlers understand how to quickly respond in case of fire, and how adults can escape with babies. Prepare ahead of time by practicing your family’s fire escape plan, and what to do to be safe when there is a wildfire nearby.

Tips for how to help and stay safe during and after a wildfire

A wildfire can start at any moment without warning. They move fast and often unpredictably. However, you can be prepared in the event you have to evacuate your home or your home loses power.

How To Create A ‘Clean Room’ At Home To Filter Out Smoke

If smoke levels in your area are unhealthy and expected to stay that way for a while, rather than evacuate, experts recommend staying inside and creating a special space with less exposure to smoke, called a “Clean Room.”

Public Health Strategies to Reduce Exposure to Wildfire Smoke during the COVID-19 Pandemic

This document provides information about wildfire preparedness and response during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Wildfire Smoke and COVID-19

The purpose of this document is to provide Air Resource Advisors and other environmental health professionals with key messages about wildfire smoke and COVID-19.

Going to a Public Disaster Shelter During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Emergency managers, shelter managers, and public health professionals are taking measures to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19 among people who seek safety in a disaster shelter during severe weather events.

Stay Safe During a Wildfire

Pay attention to local weather forecasts, especially those that may affect fire conditions, and always follow instructions given by local emergency management officials.

Planning Framework for Protecting Commercial Building Occupants from Smoke During Wildfire Events

This planning framework provides recommended heating, ventilation, and airconditioning building measures to minimize occupant exposures and health impacts from smoke during wildfire and prescribed burn smoke events.

Resources For You

Here is a listing of relevant ebooks, free reports and other industry related information covering a wide range ... Read more Here is a listing of relevant ebooks, free reports and other industry related information covering a wide range of Environmental Service topics. Read less
Caldor Fire Evacuees Having To Deal With Unhealthy Smoke

The smoke is dealing another blow to evacuees forced out…

Prepare for Wildfire

Evacuation plans for families with young children should include helping…

Tips for how to help and stay safe during and after a wildfire

A wildfire can start at any moment without warning. They…

How To Create A ‘Clean Room’ At Home To Filter Out Smoke

If smoke levels in your area are unhealthy and expected…

Public Health Strategies to Reduce Exposure to Wildfire Smoke during the COVID-19 Pandemic

This document provides information about wildfire preparedness and response during…

Wildfire Smoke and COVID-19

The purpose of this document is to provide Air Resource…

Going to a Public Disaster Shelter During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Emergency managers, shelter managers, and public health professionals are taking…

Stay Safe During a Wildfire

Pay attention to local weather forecasts, especially those that may…

Planning Framework for Protecting Commercial Building Occupants from Smoke During Wildfire Events

This planning framework provides recommended heating, ventilation, and airconditioning building…

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