The air you breathe in your commercial building is pumped through a duct system. This means that whatever dust, allergens, or mold that are sitting in those ducts are now circulating through the air — and into your lungs. Now think about it: when was the last time you cleaned those ducts? All Temp, the experts in air conditioning repair Kissimmee, can help you understand the benefits of keeping up with regular duct cleaning.
Increase Workplace Productivity
Did you know that your commercial HVAC unit can greatly impact your office? When you go too long between air duct cleanings, you risk lowering productivity. Constant exposure to dust, pollutants, and molds can cause allergies, coughing, sneezing, and headaches. Regular duct cleaning can improve indoor air quality and subsequently boost productivity.
In addition to increased productivity, regular duct cleaning can also:
- Improve the air quality of your commercial building;
- Regulate temperatures;
- Decrease dangerous mold growth;
- Improve building smell by decreasing musty odors;
- Decrease allergy symptoms;
- And improve overall building cleanliness.
When dust, dirt, and allergens build up in your air ducts, your commercial HVAC system has to work harder to run properly. Not only does this result in higher energy bills, but your system is also putting excess strain on its components, which can reduce its life expectancy.
The Cleaning Schedule
In order to prevent a buildup of allergens, mold, or dust, your ducts should be cleaned annually. Air filter and vent covers should be checked regularly. Look for a buildup of dirt and dust. It’s recommended air filters be changed monthly.
Indoor air pollution can be two to five times worse than outdoors. By regularly cleaning your commercial air duct system, you can increase workplace productivity, lower your energy bill, and improve air quality. All Temp, experts in air conditioning repair Kissimmee, can make sure that your air ducts are properly clean. Just give us a call at (407) 857-7800 to schedule an appointment. To learn more about energy-efficient HVACs, the importance of regular commercial maintenance, and how extreme temperatures can affect your unit, check out our blog.