Most employees spend more time at work then they do in their own house!! This means they breathe more indoor air at work then anywhere else!
The air that you and your employees breathe may not be as clean as you think! The EPA estimates indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Poor Indoor Air Quality can contribute to frequent colds, headaches, asthma, sore throats, allergies, and chronic fatigue. The better your employee’s health, the more they are able to focus, the better their production.
When dust, debris, pollen, and other contaminants in your duct system build up you not only have to be concerned about the negative impacts it can have for the people inside your building but you also are decreasing the efficiency of your equipment therefore shortening the life expectancy of you units as well as the cost to operate them!
At Dirti Ducts we know the importance of doing a quality job for our clients which is why we follow the National Air Duct Associations NADCA ACR2013 standards as recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency. Our technicians systematically clean every component of your building’s ventilation system, including outdoor air intakes, reheat coils, VAV boxes, and of course supply, return and exhaust ductwork.
We have been in this industry for long enough to know that it is all too common for companies to pay large amounts of money for their systems to be cleaned out only to have the job not to be completed the way that it was understood to be. We have done inspections after competitors have completed a job only to find that the primary focus of the cleaning was done in the areas easily seen by the customer such as the returns and a few feet into the ducts. At Dirti Ducts we are not just trying to sell you. We truly believe in what we do and we understand the importance of getting the job done the right way with no corners cut. No exceptions. We take Indoor Air Quality very seriously which is why we pride ourselves in keeping up with all of the newest most efficient equipment, methods, and recommendations by NADCA as well as the EPA.
Arizona Registrar of Contractors ROC#302146