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Air Duct Cleaning Los Angeles is Helping Fight the Spread of COVID 19

Los Angeles based Air Duct Cleaning Los Angeles is utilizing a patented process to kill COVID 19 and other viruses, while doing routine duct work cleaning.

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August 19, 2021 (FPRC) -- We need to clean up after ourselves and keep our business and homes safe from COVID-19. However, we don't want to forget the importance of cleaning HVAC and air duct systems. These systems are similar to the home's respiratory system. Transmission of infectious diseases can be done in many ways. These include contact, transmission by large drops, and inhalation.

Transmission of Disease via HVAC Systems
HVAC professionals are trained to reduce disease transmission by focusing on diseases that can be transmitted via airborne particles. This is what is happening with COVID-19. If there is an outbreak, it is important to consider the possibility of further transmission through the HVAC system. Transmission can occur via direct contact, large droplets or through the air. HVAC systems are more important than most people realize in terms of transmission and risk reduction. This is due to the fact that HVAC systems are easy to forget.

Climate control is something we have taken for granted in today's society. We all have it at home, work, and travel. This phenomenon of 'out of sight, out of mind' can lead to us forgetting how important climate control is to our health and facilities.

Hospitals, healthcare facilities, as well as other sensitive facilities, use ventilation to control infectious diseases. This is done by dilution and elimination of infectious agents. Certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, companies that concentrate on HVAC system hygiene are highly trained and experienced. They know how to clean, disinfect and reduce the risk of all kinds of diseases.

The CDC believes that COVID-19 is transmitted between people who are in close proximity to one another. They also believe that respiratory droplets can be spread through coughing or sneezing. You can see the large droplets created when someone coughs or sneezes. These micro-droplets can be suspended in the air, or circulated by an HVAC system.

Although medical professionals were not able to determine the exact life expectancy of the virus, a study published by the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that it can survive for many hours or days on surfaces and aerosols. The EPA has shown that indoor air can be ten times more contaminated in indoor environments than outdoors. This supports the argument that even though we are under mandatory or self quarantine, we could still be at risk. Surfaces should be disinfected, but HVAC/duct systems should also be cleaned.

We have the experience to solve the problem
We have seen many instances where apartments, offices, schools, or universities that share common areas like hallways, are subject to higher pressure than the rooms, offices, or apartments. Tenants were suffering from illness that was spreading to others in these common areas. Airborne particles were found to be spreading throughout common areas, pushing into occupied rooms and causing illness. This was due to HVAC systems that serve multiple areas.

Air Duct Cleaner Los Angeles is a NADCA Certified HVAC/duct cleaner. This will allow you to have cleaner indoor air and a healthier building. ENVIRO-AIR Services has been in business for over 20 years and has been trusted by thousands of people, including homeowners, offices, hospitals. universities, schools, government agencies and food manufacturers, to provide healthier indoor air quality.

Send an email to Mitch of Air Duct Cleaning Los Angeles
323-310-5188

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