IMC has extensive experience in providing complete air conveyance system cleaning at small and large facilities including office buildings, hospitals, schools, government institutions, prisons, manufacturing and industrial sites, and other public and private facilities.
The HVAC system of a building’s structure has become a widely recognized Indoor Air Quality concern. The benefits of cleaning these systems of potential microbiological contaminants include creating a healthy and safe environment for the occupants, and for helping to prevent costly litigation. The most cost effective benefits of air conveyance system cleaning involve improving the HVAC system efficiency, increasing energy savings, prolonging the life of mechanical systems equipment, and reducing fire hazards.
IMC technicians cleaning coils, ductwork and applying anti-microbial coating product.
Air conveyance system cleaning includes the source removal of all visible debris and particulate, in compliance with NADCA standards, from all components of an HVAC ventilation system. Techniques include a variety of processes and equipment utilizing compressed air, agitation tools, brushes, air whips, robotics, and high powered vacuums all designed to remove and capture contaminants and particulate. Air conveyance systems may become contaminated with a multitude of particulate accumulation. IMC is equipped and experienced to remediate HVAC systems contaminated with mold and bacteria, soot, lead, deteriorated insulation, rust, and water.
The knowledge and quality of service provided stems from IMC’s employees. All technicians undergo a complete training program including safety training, classroom and video training. Each crew of technicians is supervised by a Foreman carefully screened and hired for their unique experience and abilities. Many of IMC’s foremen have background training in a wide variety of industries including asbestos abatement, restoration cleaning, HVAC and Mechanical contracting, construction, and other building maintenance services.
IMC staff is frequently requested to train and educate consultants, industrial hygienists, engineers and architects on the proper methods and techniques of cleaning ventilation systems, and in the assistance of investigating and resolving indoor air quality concern.