Commercial Duct Cleaning

According to the American College of Allergists, “50% of ALL illnesses are either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air." In the workplace, indoor air pollution is costing companies millions of dollars a year in lost time and productivity. What’s it costing your company?

EMS, the indoor air-quality specialists, can help. We’ll assess your HVAC system’s “hygiene,” then, as needed, do a thorough job of cleaning your air ducts.

Two major factors play a part in how much dirt and dust accumulate your air ducts:

  • filtration
  • building location near ...
    • lots of trees
    • gravel roads
    • farm fields
    • factories
    • construction
    • etc.

The reason for duct cleaning? Once dirt and dust have started to build up in your air ducts, they become an excellent breeding ground for other pollutants:

  • dust mites
  • mold
  • animal dander
  • pollen
  • plant spores
  • bacteria
  • viruses
  • etc.                                                             

The first order of business – before duct cleaning – is to assess your air filtration system. We’ll make sure you’re not pulling in dirty air from the outside, which would simply defeat the purpose of cleaning. If dirty air is being pulled in, we’ll recommend a better filtration system and provide an air purifier that will eliminate pollution, not just mask it. We use the same type of filtration system used in hospital surgical rooms, to ensure your safety.

In cleaning your air ducts, we employ negative air machines to create a vacuum and rotary brushes to scrub the ducts and remove dirt, dust, and debris – without blowing it all through your building. Our methods are proven to provide exceptional commercial/industrial duct cleaning.

Indoor air quality: a real problem. EMS: a real solution. 
Contact Environmental Management Specialists (EMS), Inc. today.
We are commercial duct cleaning experts located just north of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Baghouse Gallery.jpg Comercial Duct 1gallery.jpg Comercial Duct 2 gallery.jpg inside duct gallery.jpg Before Duct 1.jpg After Duct 1.jpg