This is a small sample of the many market segments in which we have performed commercial duct cleaning projects.
We were hired and entrusted to clean the ductwork at a 30,000-square foot new construction $20,000,000 Mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut by the builder. We were responsible for cleaning construction debris form the 14 Air Handling Units and the ductwork after a two-year construction project. We worked carefully and coordinated our work around other tradespeople. Each system was outfitted with working UV lighting systems. Our customer called us in to perform our services at the end of the project the week prior to the customer moving in their furnishings. The customer has already planned to have us return for regular duct cleanings.
Scope of Work: Clean new and existing ductwork, equipment, and registers in new Patient Rooms per Connecticut Department of Public Health Mandates. Duct cleaning access ports were patched with sheet metal plates.
Scope of Work: Clean new and existing ductwork and registers in the Imaging Area per State of Connecticut Department of Public Health Recommendations and requirements on new duct installation.
We were called into this job on a Saturday and Sunday because the heat exchanger in the rooftop heat recovery unit was clogged which caused cold enough temperatures to burst pipes in the school. We contact HEPA vacuumed and air washed the heat exchanger to improve airflow. We also contact HEPA vacuumed three reheat coils, all ductwork and all diffusers in the air handling system.
Westerly Yacht Club was completed by Duct & Vent Cleaning of America, Inc. on December 4th, 2017. Both supply and return ductwork was cleaned by rotary brush, as well as three Air Handling units located on the roof. Dirty registers and ceiling tiles were replaced as needed leaving the Yacht Club looking new again.
Scope of Work: Connected HEPA vacuum and rotary brushed Air Handeling Unit as well as all associated ductwork and diffusers servicing the CPC Shipping area. Our Company also installed curved sandwich access doors to facilitate cleaning of round ductwork
Stamford Hospital needed to reduce the dirt and debris that had been filling up in their duct system. Duct & Vent, Cleaning of America Inc., thoroughly cleaned out the hospital's duct system to improve the indoor air quality of their patients, staff and visitors.
Duct & Vent Cleaning of America, Inc. has recently taken on a project during a summer renovation at Mercy High School in Middletown, Connecticut. As "America's indoor clean-air specialists" our company was called upon to service and clean the school's duct work, system registers and vents, and the air handling units within the renovated area as well as the enormous space resting above the auditorium. This area in particular was very strenuous and time consuming to clean due to the summer heat and the unideal space the team was working in. The auditorium's attic ductwork that we were servicing laid on an acoustic, insulating platform that limited our crew’s mobility and accessibility. The foundation of the auditorium's roof could not be walked on and therefore we used wood panels to move around and get the job done!
Duct & Vent Cleaning of America, Inc. began work on the campus of UConn Health in 2015. They were hired to clean 22 miles of new ductwork in the newly renovated research facilities and John Dempsey Hospital, as well as new construction, including a new patient tower that houses the operating rooms on the campus of UConn Health in Farmington, Connecticut.