High Rise Dusting
As commercial buildings continue to include industrial design and more businesses include open ceilings, the demand for high rise dusting is increasing. But, why is this a concern? Business include some sort of cleaning staff in the their daily, weekly, or monthly business plan in order to keep offices clean and to improve air quality. Daily cleaning only removes the dust, debris, and muck that the cleaning staff can reach. What about the ceilings, vents, crossbeams, and fans?
On a daily basis, your business experiences an abundant amount of human traffic moving in and out of rooms. During this movement, skin and debris begin to accumulate on ceilings, along with dirt and debris from outside. Aside from being unsightly, this debris will begin to affect the air quality of the building and deteriorate the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems. Eventually, your HVAC ventilation system, which is intended to help keep air moving throughout the building, will become clogged.
According to the American Lung Association: “The Environmental Protection Agency lists poor air quality as the fourth largest environmental threat to our country … Biological pollutants, including molds, bacteria, viruses, pollen, dust mites, and animal dander, promote poor indoor air quality and may be a major cause of days lost from work and school. In office buildings, heating, cooling, and ventilation systems are frequent sources of biological substances that are inhaled, leading to breathing problems.”
How High Rise Dusting is Done
The traditional method of high rise dusting is to use compressed air to blast the dust off the exposed surfaces of the ceilings. While this method is semi-effective, it is a messy, loud, and disruptive method of cleaning.
After hearing many complaints from frustrated clients, Veteran Remediation developed a specialized, patent pending, high rise dusting technique that encapsulates the dust and debris, while minimizing disturbances to employees, patrons, and clients. This technique allows technicians to clean and sanitize ceilings while allowing companies to continue operation during the cleanings.
For general health reasons and aesthetics of your property, high rise dusting is an important component of your maintenance program. Contact us today to learn more about our patent pending high rise dusting process.
Please note: Since our technique is patent pending, we cannot post videos or photos of our high rise dusting. If you would like to view footage, please contact us.