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717-333-2222

1172 Garber Rd Elizabethtown, PA 17022

COMMERCIAL

High dusting and cleaning projects often exceed the capabilities of the typical housekeeping crews or janitorial services. We have the skills, equipment and insurance requirements to tackle those hard to reach jobs. We are specialists in addressing high reach areas including pipes, beams, skylights, rafters, ducting, lights, conduit, and walls. We help prepare production facilities for inspections when a clean, dust-free environment is required.

Why should you have your rafters and high ceilings cleaned?

  • Vibrations in the facility can shake built up dust loose, causing it to contaminate the production below.

  • Piles of dust and dirt can become breeding grounds for mites, mold, bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants.

  • Some dusts can become a fire hazard when built up on high surface areas. Numerous explosions have occurred in a variety of facilities. See COMBUSTIBLE DUSTS

  •  OSHA and the NFPA can give violations and fines for having unsafe levels of dust on ceilings and rafters.

  • Chunks of debris can enter the ventilation and clog up the HVAC system filters.

  • Aesthetics reasons, visible dirt collected on surfaces can make a workplace unattractive.

  • To prepare surfaces for painting or maintenance work.

  • Dust creates poor indoor air quality, which according to the EPA is a leading environmental threat and cause of airborne sickness.

Overhead dust is one of the most forgotten aspects of facility cleanliness. Since overhead areas are typically out of site, managers are unaware of how much dust has accumulated in a short amount of time. With our telescoping camera we can easily show what's up there and even provide pictures and/or videos.

Types of establishments we serve:

Manufacturers

Movie Theaters

Restaurants/

Bars

Grocery Stores

Museums

Food Producers

Warehouses

Hospitals

School Gyms

Hotels

Malls

Airports

Retail Stores

Health Gyms

Churches

Car Dealerships

Recycling

Centers

Processing Plants