Indoor Air Quality: Breathe Easier.

Indoor air quality is becoming of increasingly high concern. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that indoor air quality is four to five times more polluted than outdoor air. In fact, indoor pollution has recently been ranked among the top five environmental risks to public health.

The National Energy Management Institute (NEMI) even says that the “Benefits of improved indoor air quality are so large that this opportunity cannot be ignored…these include improved productivity, decreased absenteeism/claims, greater employee/customer/visitor health, and reduced health costs.

A modern health and productivity necessity.

Today’s energy efficient facilities are “airtight” which keeps contaminants in and fresh air out. Dust, mold, pollen, insect remains, chemicals, and odors are trapped inside creating the perfect habitat for mold, fungi, bacteria, and other microbes to propagate.

Determining the need for HVAC cleaning and restoration.

It is highly recommended that HVAC systems be cleaned when an HVAC cleanliness inspection indicates that the system is contaminated with a significant accumulation of particulate or if microbial contamination conditions exist.

Often HVAC system components collect significant amounts of debris and particulate during construction activities within a building. After facility renovation and construction, it is highly recommended that HVAC systems be cleaned and inspected before the system is permitted to operate. We also recommend that consistent HVAC system inspections be part of a building’s overall indoor air quality management program.

Using special equipment Keer’s trained technicians can inspect your HVAC air-ducts and components and provide you a recorded video of the findings.

More than 70% all IAQ problems involve the HVAC system.

Dirty air ducts are an ideal breeding ground for mold spores, mildew, bacteria (including Legionella) and other health-threatening microbial growth. Dirty ducts can also result in higher utility bills, reduced air supply and premature failure of expensive HVAC components

Duct cleaning could be the healthiest facility investment you will ever make

We use powerful state-of-the-art cleaning processes and equipment including HEPA-AIRE Portable Power Vac, AIRE-SWEEP Portable Air Compressors, and Agitation tools. These filtered vacuum systems and scrubbing devices clean your HVAC system from the inside out. You are left with a clean, contaminant-free system making it easier for your facility occupants to breathe.

A clean HVAC system can:

    • Increase productivity

    • Reduce health risks

    • Reduce sick days

    • Reduce lawsuits/comp claims

    • Reduce governmental penalties

    • Reduce energy consumption

    • Prolong the life of your HVAC system