Air Duct Cleaning
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The HVAC air duct cleaning procedure following the ACR standard, developed by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), involves several key steps:
- Pre-Cleaning Assessment and Planning: Before the actual cleaning process begins, a thorough assessment of the HVAC system is conducted. This includes inspecting the ductwork, identifying the types of contaminants present, and determining the extent of buildup. The assessment helps in planning the cleaning process, ensuring that it aligns with the ACR standard.
- Creating Access Points: To effectively clean the ductwork, access points may need to be created. These are small openings in the duct system that allow cleaning equipment to reach inside. These points are crucial for comprehensive cleaning but must be sealed properly after the process.
- Contaminant Loosening: The cleaning process starts with loosening the contaminants adhered to the duct surfaces. This is typically done using specialized agitating devices like brushes, air whips, or compressed air nozzles. The goal is to dislodge dust, debris, and other build-ups from the duct surfaces without damaging them.
- Source Removal: Once the contaminants are loosened, they are removed from the duct system. This is usually achieved through source removal methods, which involve using a high-powered vacuum system. The vacuum creates negative pressure to capture dislodged contaminants and prevent them from spreading into the living spaces.
- HEPA Filtration: The vacuum system used in the cleaning process typically incorporates High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtration. This ensures that even the smallest particles are captured and not released back into the home or building environment.
- Antimicrobial Treatment (if applicable): In some cases, an antimicrobial treatment may be applied to the ductwork. This is usually done when microbial growth (like mold) is a concern. However, it’s important to note that such treatments should be applied cautiously and in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.
- System Inspection and Closure: After the cleaning, the HVAC system is inspected to ensure that it has been thoroughly cleaned and is in good working order. All access points created during the cleaning process are sealed and restored to their original condition.
- Final Reporting: A comprehensive report detailing the cleaning process, including before and after photos may be provided. This serves as a record of compliance with the ACR standard and ensures transparency in the service provided.
This procedure is designed to ensure a thorough cleaning of the HVAC duct system, improving air quality and system efficiency while adhering to industry standards and best practices.
up to 1000 square feet(single zone), 1000-2000 square feet(single zone), over 2000 square feet(single zone)
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