AIR DUCT CLEANING
BUSINESS OWNERS, PROPERTY & FACILITIES MANAGERS
Give your employees the fresh air they deserve with help from Central Air Duct Cleaning!
We provide commercial duct cleaning for all kinds of businesses, including hospitals, schools, retail centers, offices, government buildings, and more in Baltimore, Maryland, Washington DC and the surrounding DMV area.
Dirty HVAC systems can result in poor air quality and higher utility bills. NADCA recommends getting commercial duct cleaning services after renovations or remodeling services and as part of an indoor air management program.
Our Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI) can thoroughly assess and photo-document the state of your HVAC systems.
WHY CHOOSE A NADCA MEMBER?
NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) members work in accordance with ACR, the NADCA Standard, which provides guidance on the proper and safe techniques required during HVAC inspection, cleaning and restoration procedures.
For commercial jobs, we will have on-site at least one NADCA-certified Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS). This certification must be maintained and updated annually using Continuing Education Credits.
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AIR HANDLER RENOVATIONS
Your air handling units are an integral part of your HVAC system. Over the years dirt, rust, deterioration, and even mold can affect indoor air quality and waste money. We can add years of life to your old air handler by cleaning and installing new insulation, by restoring rusted, corroded, or contaminated components, and by relining old rusted drain pans.
1) Replace deteriorated insulation
2) Re-line with Armacell insulation
3) Drain pan restoration, leak sealing
DRYER VENT CLEANING
COMMERCIAL DRYER VENT MAINTENANCE
Central Air Duct Cleaning can keep your commercial dryers in top condition.
Set up your commercial dryer vent cleaning program today to avoid a potential fire hazard.
Clogged dryer vents waste precious dollars.
Signs your vent should be cleaned include:
1) If it takes more than 50 minutes to dry items
2) If dryer is getting extremely hot during use
3) If lint is building up behind the dryer/exhaust vent