COVID-19 and AirZone Mechanical's client commitment

At AirZone Mechanical we continues to maintain our commitment to high quality service whilst ensuring safe work practices are of utmost importance to you and our team as we make our way through 2022.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems and Coronavirus

Whatever your situation you should be mindful of a clean conditioning system in the home or office, and the benefits of keeping it well maintained. 

Air conditioning systems can harbour a variety of organisms such as mould, mildew, fungi, and bacteria if not regularly serviced. Air circulating around your home or office is beneficial, but an air conditioning system that isn’t regularly cleaned could negate the benefits.

Cleaning a commercial air conditioning system will help you, and your  work colleagues all stay healthier, and it needs to be done by a professional. Additionally, it will also save you money as the unit will run more effectively.

How does this impact the spread of coronavirus?

“The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) advises that improved ventilation may limit the spread of certain respiratory diseases, such as COVID-19 in indoor environments. Understanding and controlling building ventilation can help improve indoor air quality. In combination with other reasonably practicable control measures, improving indoor ventilation can be used to minimise the risks of COVID-19.”

Quoted from Safe Work Australia (

Last updated: 6/4/2022

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If you would like to know more about how AirZone Mechanical can assist to improve your indoor air quality in your home or office please reach out to us below.