HVAC & Ventilation Hygiene

Industry-leading Innovation and Sanitisation Practices.

HVAC/Ductwork Cleaning Best Practice & Ventilation Management

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Intentionally introducing outdoor air into a space (ventilating) mainly controls indoor air quality by diluting and displacing indoor pollutants. While ventilation is integral to maintaining good indoor air quality, often not satisfactory on its own.

Cultivating far safer outcomes for the Built Environment. As facility managers we seek to promote occupant health and wellbeing - necessitates having a clear understanding of ways in which Ventilation and Airflow interact inside the built environment - how these also introduce pollutants into occupied spaces.

Our Ventilation Hygiene Works are certified in line with:

- ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air Conditioning Engineers) 62.1 and 62.2 ventilation
- NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) certification number 12772546
- AIRAH (Aust Institute of Refrigeration Air Conditioning & Heating) DA-19


Outdoor pollution can deteriorate indoor air, perpetuate mould cycles, viral and bacterial contamination which affects inhabitants; their workplace productivity and ultimately, your people’s health.

Contact us , for an expert assessment of your built environment.