At Ductbusters, we specialise in commercial cleaning services.

Want to improve the indoor air quality in your building? We can help.

Below, we have broken down all of Ductbusters’ commercial cleaning services.


Commercial Cleaning Services


Ductwork cleaning

At the forefront of our commercial cleaning package is ductwork cleaning. Ductwork cleaning can remove debris from different ductwork systems. Whether your ductwork system is round, oval or rectangular, ductwork cleaning can help.

However, if left unattended, your system can transmit dust particulate and bacteria. This, of course, can pose a health hazard.


Air Handling Unit

Air handling unit (AHU) maintenance is a natural progression from ductwork cleaning. If your AHU is in bad repair, it will contribute to the levels of debris found in the ductwork.


Kitchen extract cleaning

Why should you clean kitchen extracts? Firstly, kitchen extract cleaning is a legal requirement for all catering outlets. Secondly, it can alleviate fire risks in your premise(s).

Insurers will often request for a “certificate of cleanliness”. Furthermore, they may refuse coverage if you cannot produce one from an accredited extract cleaning company.


Risk Assessment

Risk assessments provide vital information on the internal condition of any ventilation system. These assessments help many organisations to lay out priorities. Furthermore, they can help organisations obtain funding for cleaning/refurbishment projects.


Specialised projects

Our specialised projects cover these services:

  • Ductwork repairs
  • Fire damper drop testing
  • Ductwork removal
  • Contaminated duct washing
  • Filter replacement
  • Duct lagging
  • Control damper removal and installation


Work with a dedicated commercial cleaning company

Want to learn more about our commercial cleaning services? Get in touch with our team today.

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