Indoor Air Quality Solutions for Home and Business  

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Cleaning and Sanitation

Concerns About Dirty HVAC Systems

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), more than 50% of indoor air quality complaints are directly attributed to the building's HVAC components. Without proper cleaning and maintenance of their ventilation systems, building owners and managers can increase health risks associated with poor indoor air quality.

The Signs of a Dirty HVAC System

A dirty air duct The condition of HVAC systems is easily overlooked and difficult to inspect. Often the first sign of a problem is a complaint from a building tenant of some adverse health effect such as persistent headaches or 'soot' on their furniture. Visible mold growth inside ducts of on other components of your heating and cooling system is often a source of contamination that other remediation companies miss. These symptoms are often only the tip of an indoor air quality problem that could be costly to remediate and could have been avoided.

CEI HVAC Services

CEI can inspect your system, plan and implement improvements and thoroughly clean hard to reach ductwork interiors throughout your building. With our background and experience in HVAC mechanical system hygiene, CEI specializes in locating and cleaning mold contamination in ductwork.

HVAC cleaning Dedicated to end-to-end service, the HVAC cleaning specialists of Consolidated Environmental provide the following services:

  • HVAC system cleaning and disinfecting of all components : coils, vav boxes, mixing boxes, fresh air intake, fans, supply-return-exhaust ducts. All procedures meet or exceed NADCA standards.
  • Coating ductwork -- especially insulated duct -- with a variety of encapsulants that forms a new exterior to the lining (some may contain an anti-microbial).
  • Removing and replacing contaminated or damaged insulation.
  • Ductwork inspections -- We use a wide range of state-of-the-art inspection technologies including robotics, digital cameras and boroscopes.

Complete Assessment

CEI will evaluate your system and the impact the cleaning process will have on your environment. We will also recommend other actions you can take to improve indoor air quality aside from duct cleaning. Our thorough HVAC systems inspection includes examination of your:

  • Air Handlers
  • Coils
  • Diffusers & Registers
  • Turning Vanes
  • Ductwork
  • Fans
  • Condensation Pans
  • Fresh Air Intakes
  • Reheats
  • VAV Boxes

Quality Workmanship

This multidirectional auger is carefully guided through your ductwork by a Consolidated Environmental technician. Its wire arms loosen dirt and contaminants from duct walls while a negative air machine or vacuum removes the debris. This process, combined with the full service provided by Consolidated Environmental, results in a clean HVAC system When you choose to work with CEI, you choose to work with professionals—people who are going to do the job right the first time, saving you time and money. Our technicians are thoroughly trained and take pride in their work. CEI crews are equipped with a variety of HEPA filtered vacuums. The crews use negative air machines, augers, and air whips. A robotic camera can actually be deployed inside your ductwork to videotape the results of the cleaning for verification of your system's cleanliness.

Safety: Priority One

Safety for both your building occupants and our employees is primary. Meticulous care is aken to prevent contamination from entering the atmosphere. We work during the off hours when your building is at its lowest occupancy. Furniture and equipment in the work area are covered. The work area is thoroughly cleaned every night so there are "Zero Complaints" the next morning. We follow all OSHA regulations and are trained for "permit required confined space" conditions.