Ductwork Cleaning
With increased legislation and enforcement of Health and Safety law, ductwork cleaning is becoming an essential part of industrial
and commercial building maintenance across the UK.
How Clean is Your AIR?
If your ducting system hasn’t had a risk assessment and full ductwork clean for over 12 months, you, your staff and your customers could be breathing in toxins on a daily basis, which can be damaging to health. ACSUK Group can carry out a risk assessment, that includes NADCO and HYCHECK tests to check the amount of dust in your air conditioning system and also check your ductwork for unsafe levels of bacteria and fungus, or mould, which is detrimental to your health. We will send tests to an independent laboratory, on receiving the results of the test we can decide which areas of your ductwork need to be treated, i.e. cleaned and sanitised.

ACSUK Group’s professional and reliable duct cleaning specialists combine experience and hard work which results in a superior clean for your air ducting systems. Your air conditioning and ventilation systems (air ducts) are the perfect environment for dust, dirt and bacteria to go unseen and untouched. The effects of a neglected ductwork unit, that hasn’t been cleaned, can often result in what is described as “Sick Building Syndrome“. This can have a major impact on the health of your staff, and the associated costs of absence of staff members can be a major drain on any business.


Maintaining the efficiency of your air conditioning or ventilation system through a professional duct cleaning company will not only ensure that you meet all Health and Safety, and insurance, requirements but, it will also show your staff that your business takes their Health & Safety seriously too. Once cleaned and maintained your ductwork will run more efficiently costing you less in unnecessary bills, loss in staff (through sickness) and give you peace of mind when your next kitchen audit is due.

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Legal Requirements
Regulations including the Workplace (Health & Welfare) Regulation 5 imposes a duty to clean mechanical ventilations systems (Duty of care). Regulation 3 of the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 imposes a duty to conduct a risk assessment of the risks associated with ventilation systems.
EC directives incorporated into the above legislation require that ventilation systems are properly cleaned and tested by a professional contractor.