Breathing quality indoor air is critical for good health. Most of us spend a significant amount of time indoors–either in the home, office or other types of buildings–where gas, chemical and other pollutants can cause headaches, eye irritation, allergies and fatigue. Serious pollutants can cause certain types of cancers and other long-term health complications.

Clean air can prevent many environmental health hazards such as asthma, which according to the US Environmental Protection Agency, affects 25 million people, including 7 million children in a given year. Asthma accounts for nearly 17 million physician office and hospital visits.

How do we keep our Indoor Air Clean ?

– Increase the number of plants in the Office/ Home.
– Use Non Aerosol Air Freshener.
– Change Filters regularly.
– Clean the Ducts with the HEPA Filters at least once in a year.


Save Money :
With the high costs of energy, it has never been more important to ensure that your heating and cooling systems are running at top efficiency. Duct cleaning is an important part of the overall maintenance that can help save you money in energy bills and through prolonging the life of heating and cooling systems.

Better Health :
Eliminating contaminants from your ducts helps to ensure the best possible indoor air quality which can help to minimize reaction to environmental sensitivity, allergies and asthma.

Improved Office Hygiene :
Removing the dirt that is hidden from view will help you to reduce dust and helps you clean and maintain your Office quicker and more easily. This in turn increases the Efficiency of Employees.

When is the proper time to balance HVAC system ?

You may need to consider having your system balanced when one or more of the following problems exist:

• The space configuration has changed.
• Constantly readjusting control settings.
• Indoor air quality is a concern.
• Hot and cold spots exist.
• The building is drafty or stuffy.
• Doors stay open or slam-closed.
• Odors are present inside the building.