Air Conditioning Cleaning for Offices
There’s nothing like a clean office space to welcome your staff at the start of every working day. If the air in your office is stale or stuffy consider a thorough clean of your air conditioning system & ductwork.
Fresh air plays a crucial role in offering your workers a safe & comfortable office environment.
Over time, duct systems become fouled and can affect the quality of air you breathe in your workplace. By cleaning the air conditioning you can control the quality of air produced in your office premises. A scheduled air conditioning maintenance programme is the easiest way to keep your premises safe for all your staff.
Air Conditioning Cleaning for Warehouses, Factories & Large Premises
How often you should clean your workplace’s air conditioning will depend on the following:
- the kind of air con system you have
- the number of people occupying the area
- the overall indoor air quality
- the level of air pollution and construction around the facility.
The air con filter traps particles and contaminants that could badly affect air quality, such as dirt, dust, pollen, mould, bacteria and microorganisms.
The air filter is therefore an important, but often an overlooked component of an air conditioner or HVAC system. Air conditioner or HVAC system filters should be checked and possibly be replaced every one to two months. If you have employees who suffer light to moderate allergies, the air filter should be changed more often. Factories, warehouses or industrial facilities who need cool air temperatures for the preparation and storage of foods may need to replace their air filters every month.
Dirty air filters in your workplace can cause the air quality to decline, leading to foul or mildew odours and allergic reactions in your employees, such as runny nose, coughing or sneezing.
As a general rule, you should clean your air conditioner’s air filter within an indoor area every two months. If the air conditioner is located in a more dusty or polluted place, cleaning your filters must be done monthly or more regularly.
Atmostherm Ltd’s specialist cleaning teams are equipped with the equipment, training and know-how to ensure we can clean any cooling equipment.
Our Air Con Cleaning Service Includes:
We clean every component of your air duct system for a perfect clean including air supply ducts, return air ducts, grilles, registers and diffusers. We will also check your duct sealing for leaks which can help keep new pollutants from circulating in your premises. Our nationwide air conditioning technicians will clean your entire air duct system professionally, efficiently and quickly.
- Fast, efficient and highly effective air duct cleaning to B&ES TR19 Standards
- No leakage of contaminants
- Superior technique
- Fully trained cleaning technicians
- We are BESA Approved & Compliant, Certification provided after completion.
Based in Manchester, we provide reliable, efficient air conditioning cleaning & maintenance services across the North West. All our work meets B&ES TR19 standards and complies with HSG202.
Make your premises safer to work in with high quality air duct cleaning services from Atmostherm Ltd. Call us on 0800 0857510 for a quote.
Air Conditioning Systems & COVID-19
View the Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations guidance document on how to operate and use building services in areas with a coronavirus outbreak to prevent the spread of COVID-19 depending on HVAC or plumbing systems related factors.
On April 3, the REHVA COVID-19 guidance document from March 17 was updated with the following revisions and additions:
- Latest information on the airborne transmission and implications to HVAC systems was added;
- Ventilation continuous operation guidelines were updated to be explicit;
- SARS-CoV-2 stability data at different temperatures and relative humidity was added;
- Heat recovery equipment guidance was revised including the recommendation of inspection;
- Guidance for room level circulation units was complemented;
- HVAC maintenance personnel protection recommendation was added;
- A summary of 14 points of practical measures for building services operation was added.
ISKID (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Manufacturers Association) published a press release about indoor air quality entitled “Air Conditioning Equipments and Systems during Pandemy” and suggested that
• reducing the indoor dust level, and
• filter cleaning
are highlighted as important aspects of indoor air quality.
Read the complete press release here.