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Widely Needed Service…


The American Lung Association estimates that we spend 90 % of our time indoors. Indoor air pollution can be 2 to 3 times more contaminated than outdoor pollution. It’s easy to see how a work place could be harmful to a person’s health.


Indoor Air Pollution…


The ‘SICK BUILDING SYNDROME’ is a National problem

affecting everyone’s health.

The Professional Solution to Fighting Indoor Air Pollution…


When it comes to fighting dirty indoor air, we have what it takes to help everyone breathe easier and feel better in the workplace. We have the finest air duct and HVAC system cleaning professionals in the business. Our fully trained environmental technicians are equipped with the right tools and techniques to do the kind of trough cleaning job that ensures an improved, more productive, clean air environment. Our experts will get the job done with minimal disruption of office facilities, employees and work schedules.


Purification Benefits…


· Air in your office or factory will be cleaner and fresher.

· Office furnishings and appointments, such as desks, draperies and carpets, will stay cleaner longer.

· You and your employees should experience fewer symptoms of illness and respiratory problems. All of which translates to improve work performance and less absenteeism.

Business Activities

Clean HVAC System


· Increase Energy Savings

· Minimize Product Contamination

· Reduce Risks of Fire & Explosion

· Improve Health Standards

· Increase Heating / Cooling Efficiency

· Improve Plant and Office Environment Brighten Employee and Public Image


Central Air Duct System and Disease…


Contamination builds up over time in air systems. Heat and moisture are introduced into air ducts both in the heating and cooling season which acts as an incubator (causing germs, fungi, bacteria and dust mites to grow). THOUSANDS OF SICK BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN TRACED TO HAVE CONTAMINATED AIR SYSTEMS including the Legionnaire’s Disease outbreak that killed 29 people in 1976. (As reported by the National Center of Disease Control.)





SINCE 1997