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What’s That Smell Coming From Your Commercial HVAC

What’s That Smell Coming From Your Commercial HVAC

If you’ve noticed a lingering odor stemming from your commercial HVAC, you’re probably not the only one.  Smelly HVACs produce a stale, smelly air quality that is unpleasant and uninviting. Troubling odors, such as mold or bathroom-related smells that are around all...
The Best Ways to Prevent Combustible Dust Explosions

The Best Ways to Prevent Combustible Dust Explosions

Combustible dust explosions are deadly and devastating to workers, businesses and communities who experience this sudden damage to property, and in several cases, loss of life.  Workers in manufacturing plants around the country and even the world go to work at plants...
IMC Welcomes Khristian Toolan

IMC Welcomes Khristian Toolan

Interior Maintenance Company is pleased to announce the newest addition to our Sales Team, Khristian Toolan.  Khristian joined the IMC family in late March with a background spanning over 10 years in emergency cleaning and restoration services.  She is a licensed...
10 Reasons You Should Clean Your Air Handling Unit Every Year

10 Reasons You Should Clean Your Air Handling Unit Every Year

The commercial air handling unit is the core component of your heating and air conditioning system, and serves the function of processing air so fresh, clean air circulates in your commercial space.  This air filtering and pumping function also affects the duct system...
5 Tips to Keep Restaurant Surfaces Clean

5 Tips to Keep Restaurant Surfaces Clean

5 Tips to Keep Restaurant Surfaces Clean  As with all client-facing business, the ultimate customer service goal is to provide safe, thorough and pleasant service for your customers so they will want to come back again and again.   This is certainly true of...
Ten Things We Bet You Didn’t Know Could Explode

Ten Things We Bet You Didn’t Know Could Explode

Did you ever hear the expression:  “What you don’t know can’t hurt you?” This old expression might sound good, but isn’t quite true.  The fact is: a small amount of manufacturing plant dust covering only 5% of a plant facility can explode if suspended in the air under...