What Are You Leaving Behind?

What are you leaving behind in your HVAC maintenance? It could knock you out of work for a week. Read on to find out.

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What are you leaving behind in your HVAC system?

HVAC preventative maintenance plans are all about meeting the needs of the HVAC system, so it can perform effectively and efficiently. In doing this, clients save money by keeping their power bills down and extending the life of the air handling unit.

In most instances, maintenance involves: changing air filters, inspecting and adjusting belts and blowers, cleaning coils and condensate drip pans, checking thermostats, and making sure economizer dampers are working properly.

 Even if you do all that, you could be missing one crucial step, a step that could knock you out of work for a week. Without sanitizing your condenser and evaporative coils, you can easily get sick from contaminants in the air.

What kind of contaminants? We’re talking about mold. Mold spore growth in HVAC systems is a perfect example of why our product, Fast Attack, exists.

Just cleaning the system won’t keep mold from developing. The system must be sanitized to prevent mold spores from growing in the HVAC system, which for mold spores, is an ideal growing environment.

Here’s what one of our many valued clients had to say about our fantastic sanitizing product, Fast Attack:

Client Feedback

Learn more about our Fast Attack solution today by giving us a call. We’d love to talk with you about what you could be leaving behind.

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Shandi Maddox is a Corporate Client Services Representative at Controlled Release Technologies, Inc., a research, development and manufacturing firm based in Shelby, N.C. Contact Shandi at our toll free number: 1-800-766-9057 or via email: shandi@cleanac.com.

CRT is a manufacturer of independently-certified Green products for HVAC maintenance. Since 1986, CRT has been creating leading edge HVAC maintenance products that have become industry standards, used in thousands of commercial buildings world-wide. CRT employees are members of ASHRAE, and the American Chemical Society. Visit us at www.cleanac.com.

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