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The best way to ensure that an HVAC system, whether bare metal or internally insulated, will continue to provide efficient, quiet air delivery and occupant comfort is by following a regular maintenance schedule. This, along with a high-efficiency filtration system, assures protection of both HVAC system components and building occupants. Maintenance procedures include inspection, detection, and remediation of probable sources of airborne contaminants and moisture.

As always, prevention is the most desirable solution. However, in some cases, it may be too late for prevention and system cleaning is necessary. If duct cleaning is necessary, it is important that the cleaning professionals be familiar with both the NAIMA and NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) guidelines. Today’s air duct insulations are designed to withstand the rigors of cleaning.


Fiber glass duct liner and duct board products have surfaces that are resistant to the kind of abuse that occurs during duct cleaning. The industry has worked with the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection agency (EPA) in developing guidelines for cleaning insulated ductwork. Currently, there are several cleaning methods available.

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