Air quality analysis
Air purification systems
Dryer vent cleaning
How It’s Done
Over time, as the HVAC system cycles through heating and air conditioning, harmful contaminants build up in the ventilation system. Toxic mold, dust, bacteria and other substances build up and spread through the building, putting the health of all occupants at risk.
Ductwork should be thoroughly examined by professionals. Regular duct cleaning and ventilation system maintenance is necessary. Dirt and debris is removed with the use of one or more agitation devices designed to loosen contaminants from the ventilation system. The entire HVAC system is placed under continuous negative pressure (vacuum) to prevent the spread of contaminants. Very fine particles are removed from the system as they become airborne.
Certified Ventilation Cleaning
AirQualité is an accredited and officially certified member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) and CAA Habitation. NADCA certification is recognized around the world as the benchmark for trained and qualified professionals in the air duct cleaning industry. NADCA requires that all member companies have at least one certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) on staff to ensure that all cleaning is performed in accordance with NADCA Standards and Guidelines. Through NADCA certification, NADCA members demonstrate their knowledge and proficiency in conducting HVAC assessments, cleaning, and restoration services.
Why is NADCA certification so important? Across Montreal, there are many duct cleaning companies, many of which use dishonest advertising methods and deceptive prices in order to lure you in and take advantage of you. NADCA ensures that companies like AirQualité who provide the public with honest business practices and proper duct cleaning methods are the only ones being certified.