Sanitizer for Air Duct Cleaning

A Sanitizer is an anti-microbial product applied to the interior of the air duct system, designed to control microbial contamination. Before the sanitizer is used, the system must be thoroughly cleaned.
It is important that any anti-microbial treatment used in the system be accepted and approved by the EPA for use in HVAC systems.

Sanitizer FAQ's

Why is a sanitizer used in the air ducts?

When an Air Duct Cleaning is performed on your system, all the debris is completely removed by the vacuum. What cannot be removed during the cleaning process is mold, mildew, fungi, algae and bacteria. These are removed by applying an HVAC sanitizer after the cleaning.

When should the sanitizer be used?
After every Air Duct Cleaning or if the HVAC system is emitting odors.
Is it safe to be in the house when the sanitizer is applied?
Yes. Due to the enhanced benefit of its low toxicity and safety rating from the EPA, it is used in occupied spaces. This means you do not have to leave the premises during the application. The sanitizer we use does not have any environmental-damaging propellants, perfumes or flammable ingredients. This product is completely odorless.
How is the sanitizer applied?
The sanitizer is applied using a fogger machine. This method is used due to it being the most efficient way to coat the complete system with the sanitizer.

For any other questions or concerns regarding sanitizing, please feel free to contact us any time at 914-776-5700.

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