With the Average Australian spending 90% of their time indoors, the demand for periodic inspection and reporting on the condition of building and facilities heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems has become more stringent.
There is increasing awareness that the cleanliness condition of ventilation systems in many cases leaves a lot to be desired. When the indoor air quality becomes compromised, it can have an adverse effect on the building occupant’s heath and productivity.
Our indoor air quality management programs, industry experience, technical knowledge of mechanical ventilation systems components along with our inspection and testing equipment is the key to identifying, addressing and maintaining ventilation systems cleanliness and hygiene standards.
HVAC systems inspection findings are documented, prepared and reported in electronic format with supporting digital images, recommendations, prioritised budget estimates and laboratory analysis testing results.