According to the US Department of Energy, 25-40% of the energy used for heating or cooling is wasted. In a situation where filters are built into a system, even during normal use, the heating and cooling system continues to clog. The contaminants present in the heating-ventilation-air conditioning system slow down the passage of air. The fans must then provide more effort and the life of the system is thus reduced.
On the contrary, when a heating-ventilation-air conditioning system is well maintained, it requires less energy to perform the same tasks. Therefore, if you use less energy, you increase the profitability of your business. Additionally, systems that are clean and perform better are less likely to fail, last longer, and are generally more efficient than dirty systems.
Research conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has shown that removing contaminants from the sensitive mechanical components of an HVAC system can allow them to operate more efficiently and consistently, at lower cost. .
NADCA members have signed a code of ethics stating that they will do their best to protect the consumer while following their association’s standards for cleaning HVAC systems to the best of their ability.
Air duct cleaning companies must meet very strict requirements to become a member of NADCA. Among these requirements, all NADCA members must be certified as Air System Cleaning Specialists (ASNS) after passing the certification exam. Passing the exam demonstrates in-depth knowledge of HVAC system design and cleaning methods.
Air system cleaning specialists are also required to continue their training by attending seminars to maintain their NADCA certification. You can view the NADCA Code of Ethics here. (link to the code of ethics page)
Cleaning a heating-ventilation-air conditioning (HVAC) system can help prevent and solve several health problems:
Several pathogens that are found in the ambient air will now be eliminated during the cleaning of all HVAC systems by your Ventilo Exp’Air professionals:
These documents and links to external websites are provided for you to read about the air quality in your environment.