HVAC Systems are ideal pathways to spread pollutants throughout a facility. Molds, bacteria, dust, dirt, construction debris, insulation fibers are just some of the environmental contaminants that an HVAC System can introduce into a building. These environmental contaminants can lead to a myriad of problems, including but not limited to:
As a Certified member of The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), and the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) Rutledge Environmental Services has the training and expertise to manage your HVAC Systems Cleaning Projects. By only performing commercial projects, Rutledge Environmental Services' Project Managers and Technicians are uniquely qualified to perform work in commercial facilities. They are all trained in OSHA Safety Guidelines, and are familiar with all the various components of commercial HVAC Systems, and the techniques required in rendering the systems clean, as per NADCA Guidelines.
Our extensive experience working in hospitals, schools, office buildings, industrial plants, and governmental facilities will make the HVAC Systems Cleaning process run smoothly for our client. We know how demanding the life of a facility manager is, and our goal is to make his or her life easier, not more difficult. As with everything we do at Rutledge Environmental Services, our objective is always to strive for excellence.