Our commercial duct cleaning division has special teams that are specifically trained to clean commercial HVAC systems. The teams have cleaned every type and shape of ductwork available in Alberta.
It is no coincidence that most companies choose Alberta Furnace cleaning. We are unique in our offer and excellent rates. Commercial and industrial facilities have to be especially careful when choosing a cleaner as the complexity of some systems can be damaged by an amateur or unexperienced duct cleaner. From home builders to the City of Calgary we are the duct cleaners of choice for our professionalism, experience, and value.
We spend a considerable amount of our lives working. According to Canadian Business magazine, time lost to illness or disability has increased each year since 2000. In fact, notes Statistics Canada, employers lose an average of 8.5 days/year absence per employee. This can be many times attributed to the existing work conditions, among them dirty furnace and ducts that don’t provide fresh air indoors.
A building’s ducts are a breeding ground for hundreds of mold, bacteria, and other pathogens – and the HVAC system blows a lot of this into the air which is then inhaled by the occupants. Many older buildings have outdated ventilation, while some new properties are airtight, which is good for reducing heat loss, but not so good if the indoor air isn’t kept fresh.
There is a solution to all these potential problems – proper attention to the building’s HVAC system and specifically the ducts. A good ventilation system paired with proper maintenance and cleaning – sickness and lost productivity – can be significantly reduced when people are breathing healthy, clean indoor air.
Alberta Furnace Cleaning has a long tradition of creating healthy indoor environments. A team of highly skilled, trained, and professional technicians clear the air using the industry’s best technologies, without disrupting work in any way.
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Throughout time and use the different components of a furnace and duct system may become contaminated with particles of dust, pollen or other debris. In addition, if moisture is present, the potential for microbiological growth (e.g., mold, mildew) is increased and spores from such growth may be released into the home’s living space. Some of these contaminants may cause allergic reactions or other symptoms in people if they are exposed to them.
Most people are now aware that indoor air pollution is an issue of growing concern and increased visibility. Cleaning your furnace is an essential service in the upkeep of a healthy indoor living environment. It is a professional service that is recommended every 2 years for most homes and businesses. Businesses and institutions with ‘at higher risk’ age groups (such as children and elderly people) or pets are especially encouraged to keep this 2-year regiment.