Cutting costs: About evaporative cooling systems

Posted on Jun 13, 2017

Oftentimes, about 40 percent of the energy used in commercial buildings can be traced back to the HVAC systems. So it’s no wonder that when building owners look to cut costs, they look to these systems. But before you completely shut off your air conditioning this summer in an attempt to save a few dollars, […]


4 tips to prevent mold growth

Posted on May 30, 2017

As warm weather and tropical storms start, many people turn their sights to the outdoors. However, there could be potential dangers and damage lurking indoors this time of year. For some properties, water damage can result in mold growth, which can cause health problems, as well as cut short the life of your machinery. To […]


What is airflow and why is it important?

Posted on Apr 25, 2017

It can be easy to overlook the terminology of our business when talking to a customer, but the truth is, not everyone understands the lingo of the HVAC industry. So while phrases like “airflow” might seem simple and straightforward to us, it’s not something our customers know about. So what is airflow? It’s the way […]


Shattering the Glass Ceiling: 3 reasons the HVAC industry is great for women

Posted on Apr 25, 2017

Women are an untapped resource for the HVAC industry. While they comprise more than 57 percent of the labor force nationally (LINK: https://www.dol.gov/wb/stats/stats_data.htm ), women make up just 1.7 percent of the total employed in the heating and air conditioning industry. And, the Social Security Administration reports, more than 22 percent of the U.S. workforce […]


Choosing an HVAC cleaning company: Why certifications matter

Posted on Mar 20, 2017

As you search for a ventilation restoration or industrial cleaning professional, you may wonder how to find the right company. In addition to researching a company’s references, experience or guarantees, it is important to note what advanced certifications a company or its employees has. While some of these certifications may not mean much to you, it shows […]


4 reasons hospital HVAC system must be cleaned regularly

Posted on Feb 22, 2017

Hospitals are known for being some of the cleanest places to prevent the spread of diseases and help patients heal as quickly as possible. But in addition to typical cleaning, hospitals must be sure to keep their HVAC systems clean as well. HVAC system cleaning in hospitals differs from the procedure used in commercial kitchens […]


What is a pollution control unit?

Posted on Feb 22, 2017

With an increased attention to pollutants, many more people are keeping the environment in mind on a day-to-day basis. According to some reports, more than half of humanity is expected to live in cities by 2050. The changes pose challenges to today’s population, including keeping the air clean. So, what is the best way to […]


Top tips for finding a dependable contractor to clean HVAC systems

Posted on Feb 8, 2017

Selecting a trustworthy contractor to clean residential heating, ventilation and air conditioning ducts can be a challenge. Much like selecting the right mechanic for your car, you want someone who will be trustworthy, upfront and honest, all at a fair price. So how do you find that contractor to clean an HVAC system? Here are […]


What is the American National Standards Institute?

Posted on Jan 23, 2017

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a national organization formed to oversee the development and implementation of standards in the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA), including products, services and processes. The role is an important one — in addition to ensuring quality products, the institute also ensures fairness and respect throughout the industry. […]


What does a typical kitchen exhaust cleaning look like?

Posted on Jan 17, 2017

There’s more to cleaning a kitchen exhaust system than just swabbing grease out of the duct work — in fact, there’s a lot to it. Regularly cleaning kitchen exhaust is necessary to ensure grease, dust and grim are removed from the system, because build up can cause health issues and fire hazards. So when you […]