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Determining the Need for HVAC Cleaning & Restoration

Determining the Need for HVAC Cleaning & Restoration

According to NADCA ACR Standard for Assessment, Cleaning, and Restoration of HVAC Systems 2013

Determining the Need for HVAC Cleaning & Restoration

It is recommended that HVAC systems be cleaned when a proper HVAC cleanliness inspection or building

history indicates one or more of the following conditions exist:

· The HVAC system is contaminated with an accumulation of particulate;

· The HVAC system performance is compromised due to contamination build-up;

· The HVAC system has been determined to be a source of unacceptable odors;

· The HVAC system is discharging visible dirt or debris into the conditioned space;

· The HVAC system has been contaminated as a result of fire, smoke, and/or water damage;

· The HVAC system has been infested with birds, rodents, insects, or their byproducts;

· The HVAC system has been determined to be at risk for fire hazard;

· The HVAC system has become contaminated with construction debris or dust;

· Mold contamination conditions have reached either Condition 2 or Condition 3;

· Deterioration of fiberglass duct liner, duct board, or other porous components;

· As part of an HVAC maintenance program as defined in ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA Standard 180;

· As part of the HVAC equipment manufacturers recommended maintenance practices;

· As part of a proactive energy management program;

· As part of a proactive indoor air quality management program;

· As a component to achieve LEED Certification;

· When a newly installed component or duct has been contaminated with construction and/or

other dust and debris.

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