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Indoor Air Quality

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It is important to maintain indoor air quality, both for the health benefits and to be energy efficient and keep running costs down. But, in an effort to seal the air out, air is also sealed in. The effects of a poorly maintained air system can have serious health consequences.

The air inside your property can often contain more pollutants than outdoor air. Indoor pollutants such as dust, pollen, mould, mildew, animal hair and insect waste all increase the risk of respiratory illnesses for people with asthma and allergies. Biological pollutants like these are frequently found in heating, cooling and ventilation system and promote poor indoor air quality. This may be a contributing factor of days lost from work and school due to illness. Symptoms of poor air quality include headaches, fatigue, coughing, sneezing, nausea, nose and throat irritation, blurry eyes, difficulty concentrating and breathing difficulties.


Canberra Filter Services fully qualified personnel are certified in Confined Space Entry, Asbestos Awareness and use state-of-the-art equipment, methods and technology to help clean and decontaminate air duct systems, as well as reduce the levels of bacteria, mould and viruses using antimicrobial treatments from your heating and cooling systems.


As a building owner or property manager, you can rely on Canberra Filter Services to provide professional air quality assurance. We can provide an accurate diagnosis of any system, make specific recommendations, decontaminate your building and provide on-going consulting services. Canberra Filter Services can also assist you with scheduled inspection and maintenance programs to help prevent poor system health.


Canberra Filter Services professional and discreet processes remove odours as it reduces dust and other allergens. Removing the build up of dirt, blockages and debris from ductwork can also improve airflow, therefore increasing heating and cooling efficiency and lowering energy costs.