The Air Scrubber: What Does It Do For Azusa Homes?
An important piece of equipment for many niches of our industry is the air scrubber. While this video is nowhere near long enough to describe all of the facts and interesting information about what this machine does and how it works, our Crew Chief Robby Crabb takes what limited time he has and does an adequate job.
The air scrubber is critical because it is one of our premier pieces of equipment designed to improve indoor air quality. As Crabb explains, we utilize these machines for many applications both in containment and out of it. It can help us to keep dust and debris present in the environment throughout tear out to get minimized but also can be beneficial to reduce smoke and soot in fire-damaged properties or to trap mold spores present on remediation jobs that we undertake.
While he does not get into considerable detail about the two sizing options that our franchise has available in our HEPA filters, the 500 and 2000 models do essentially the same jobs but at different potential volumes and service areas. The 500 model is often used in smaller containment areas and through residential work that we do, while the 2000 is necessary for larger loss projects and demolition work in commercial properties.
These machines help to improve the quality of the air available to our SERVPRO technicians as they work to restore the property. In some instances, like biohazard cleanup, these machines help to return the work area to a safe and breathable environment to complete the cleaning and restoration required.
While you might not want to think about damages that could influence the air quality of your home so significantly that equipment is necessary to restore it, but our SERVPRO of Azusa / Covina technicians can make it “Like it never even happened.” Give our rapid response team a call anytime that you need us at (626) 387-4111 and we can show you the efficiency and effectiveness of our equipment for your restoration project.