Servicing South East Queensland
Ducts are the unsung heroes of your property. They distribute conditioned air throughout the building, keeping spaces cool in summer and warm in winter. However, they’re often overlooked until there’s a problem. Here at Efficient Hygiene Services, our ductwork specialists provide treatment and remediation work for commercial clients in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Tweed Heads.
In addition to being unhygienic, dirty and/or malfunctioning ducts can:
Our qualified team can comprehensively treat, remediate and clean all types of ducting systems. All services we provide are in compliance with Australian Standards 1668.2. Our ductwork maintenance technicians in South East Queensland will work efficiently at all times, minimising disruption at your premises.
Apart from providing duct cleaning services, EHS specialises and highly recommends ductwork treating, remediation and sealing services.
Ductwork Remediation services paired with duct cleaning can greatly improve your HVAC systems operating efficiency and hygiene levels by providing long term antimicrobial protection and safely sealing the ductwork from air leakages resulting in increase energy expenditure.
It is highly recommended mechanical cleaning procedures be performed on porous HVAC Materials prior to the application of any surface treatments such as mechanical repair Coatings.
Surface treatments may be used to restore the integrity of material surfaces only as an interim control measure, and must not be used as a substitute for mechanical cleaning or complete removal. Surface treatments must only be applied after Confirming the system has been cleaned.
Use of antimicrobial treatments and/or coating products may be considered only After mechanical surface cleaning has been performed and the need for such Treatment has been deemed necessary.
When used, antimicrobial treatments or coatings must be applied in strict Accordance with the manufacturer’s written recommendations, safety data sheets Or tga approved such as aeris.
Any antimicrobial product used in a hvac system must be specifically registered by The epa or other applicable regulatory agency for use in hvac systems, have Undergone a comprehensive risk assessment for such use, and contain specific and Detailed label directions. If the label directions cannot be followed completely, use Must be avoided.