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How not to have a poor working HVAC System

Posted on October 07, 2013
by Susana Escamilla

Air conditioning systems that are not regularly maintained can harbor mold, mildew, and other bacteria. The majority of air conditioning flu-like symptoms are caused by sensitivity to mold and bacteria build up inside the air ducts. Having flu like symptoms is a sign that you may not be receiving fresh oxygen. All the pollutants forming in the air are being circulated and being pumped into your environment.

If you work in a environment where you may have flu like symptoms contact the person who is in charge of building maintenance and ask them to have the air conditioning system serviced and checked. The service that includes inspection of the hvac system includes the filters and having the coils in the air handler cleaned. HVAC technicians have a variety of solutions and methods that will sterilize the coils and kill any bacteria and mold growing inside the hvac systems.

Everyone has the right to have a safe working environment, and a dirty hvac system is certainly something that should be addressed. At AirTek, we have the experience to handle the complex system requirements and regulations that are unique to large facilities. Keeping your employee and customer areas safe and replenished with clean air is our top priority. Contact us and we may be able to assist you.

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Clearing the Air on Duct Cleaning

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