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HVAC systems are standard within the majority of workplaces, especially in newer and larger buildings.  Regardless of the cycle, the HVAC system is designed to circulate clean air throughout, at all times.  In fact, in some buildings, it is mandated by law that the system is always running.  However, even the systems which are not required to run constantly are almost always in use because they provide heat in the winter and cool air in the summer.  Maintaining a set temperature, year-round, means the system takes an intense beating, as it circulates and ultimately accumulates a dumbfounding amount of dust, dirt, pollen, debris, and other particles which can be sucked into the vents.  As a result, it is essential to have your HVAC cleaned, inspected, and tested on a regular basis.  This will not only ensure your system is in optimal condition, therefore prolonging the life of your system, but it also helps to promote a cleaner and healthier air for the work environment.


Laundry Vents

Similar to the vents in a home clothes dryer, commercial laundry vents are used to dispose of the used, hot air.  Just like at home, commercial laundry vents can get clogged with lint, dust, dirt, and other debris from the content which were put in the dryer.  However, commercial vents undergo much more use and therefore are much more likely to get blocked or build-ups.  Vents that are not cleaned will continue to collect debris, which will lead to poor airflow and poor functioning units.  Unfortunately, build-ups and clogs are tremendously dangerous, in reality, because they are the number one cause for fires.  Without proper airflow, the degree of heat continues to rise, which can cause lint, debris, and clothes to catch fire.  This, too, is regulated by law to have cleaned on a regular basis, so that the vents are thoroughly vacuumed and swept.


Exhaust Systems

Commercial kitchens are mandated by both city and state to undergo complete cleanings and inspections on a regular basis.  These laws have been set in place to maintain an environment that is both healthy and safe.  Just like cooking surface, burners, and ranges, kitchen exhaust systems (including the hood, vent, and fans) get smothered by oils, grease, seasoning, and other debris.  Over time, this build up can actually choke the system to the point that the exhaust will not function properly.  All of that grime can easily attract other debris, as well, making the situation worse.  This violates health codes, but an immense build-up of oil and grease is also known to start uncontrollable fires.  A proper, thorough cleaning will remove everything from the hood, fan, and all other relative parts, restoring it so it is both functional and safe.