Our clients include:
The U.S. Postal
Museum of Art
In recent years, HVAC
systems have become increasingly complex. Today, a high degree of
expertise is crucial during each phase of the HVAC hygiene process
to avoid costly mistakes. ATI technicians are trained to deal with
the most sophisticated HVAC components, including heat-recovery
systems, FDA-validated systems, and direct-digital-control (DDC)
systems. ATI has developed a three-tiered strategy to ensure the
ongoing health of HVAC systems, implemented by our NADCA-certified staff.
We conduct IAQ evaluations to identify
existing problems, working in conjunction with industrial hygienists,
mechanical engineers, HVAC maintenance companies and IAQ laboratories.
Mechanical Hygiene Inspection
Our MHI consists of a visual inspection
by experienced professionals, coupled with photographic documentation
and microbial sampling to determine if remediation is necessary.
Cleaning and Restoration
When remediation is required, ATI technicians
clean the entire HVAC system. We sanitize, encapsulate, reinsulate
when necessary, and provide photographic documentation of completed