Commercial Coil Cleaning in New Orleans, Slidell, LA, Gulfport, Biloxi, Hattiesburg, Jackson, MS, Mobile, AL, and Surrounding Areas

Getting The Whole Job Done

To perform a comprehensive commercial HVAC system cleaning, you have to go beyond the vents/ductwork. one of the most important components in your heating and cooling system is the coils.

The evaporator coil is essential in providing the warm air that blows into your commercial facility. This large component contains small and delicate parts that can be adversely affected when contaminated by dust, dirt and other pollutants. Any Airborne contaminants or allergens that may collect on the coils are circulated throughout the entire HVAC system and, ultimately, they end up in the air that your employees, customers, and/or occupants breathe.

HVAC Cleaning and Dust Removal on Coils

Commercial Coil Cleaning in New Orleans, Slidell, LA, Gulfport, Biloxi, Hattiesburg, Jackson, MS, and Mobile, ALA Small Issue Becomes a Big Problem

Almost every component of your HVAC system will eventually become dirty with regular use. Due to condensation, it’s very common for contaminants to collect on the coils. Without regularly scheduled professional cleaning, a thick buildup occurs. This is problematic for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Mold and Mildew

Moist and dark places are the perfect host for mold and mildew to thrive, which makes coils the perfect breeding ground. As air is drawn through your system, spores are carried through the circulating air into your facility, harming your indoor air quality. This can also result in unwanted odors.

  • Refrigerant Cycle Issues

evaporation coils help cool refrigerant during hot summer months. during colder winter months, they do the opposite. dirt, dust and grime accumulation creates an insulating layer on the coil. This prevents the refrigerant from releasing heat as necessary, which disrupts the heat transfer process, thus reducing the temperature of the air blown into your business.

  • Icing

with continued refrigerant, cycle disruption comes ice buildup on the coils. This occurs as a result of warm parts of the system staying too warm and cool parts staying too cold. The huge swing in temperatures creates excess condensation, which can quickly freeze on cold parts.

Clean Air Services provides commercial coil cleaning as part of our comprehensive Commercial HVAC Cleaning process for a variety of businesses throughout Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must be certified to perform professional cleaning on HVAC coils. This is why most duct/vent cleaning companies do NOT include coil cleaning as part of their HVAC cleaning service. Clean Air Services is proud to provide coil cleaning as part of our Commercial HVAC Cleaning process.