Commercial A/C Maintenance

It is common for air pollutants such as bacteria, dust, lint, pollen, and mold spores to accumulate in your air ducts over time. These particles feed on the humidity in the air and form along the interior surfaces of your ducts. The air in your home is circulated through your ductwork approximately seven times per day, which means whatever is in your ducts is also in the air you breathe. As air pollutants increase, indoor air quality decreases, and individuals with allergies or immunodeficiency disorders may suffer from allergic reactions or other health complications.

Aristotle Air’s residential duct cleaning process induces negative pressure in your ducts using state-of-the-art equipment called The BrushBeast by Rotobrush. The BrushBeast is a rotating mechanical brush with a strong vacuum and HEPA filtration system that agitates the contaminants and sucks them out of the ducts while simultaneously cleaning the air. The negative pressure ensures that the particles cannot escape through any cracks or seams in the air ducts and find their way back into your home.

Our licensed technicians can examine your air ducts and determine if duct cleaning is necessary to improve your indoor air quality.

Heating System Maintenance

Commercial buildings utilize complex mechanical heating systems, so there is no better way to ensure all of your systems are running properly than to establish a strong preventive annual maintenance plan.  Aristotle Air specializes in commercial furnace maintenance to keep your heating system running efficiently. Whether it is a gas furnace, electric furnace or air handler, our experienced heating experts will ensure that your furnace is running properly and at peak efficiency.  Why wait until a significant malfunction occurs at your building in Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale or Gilbert, AZ, call Aristotle Air today at 602-881-9776 to set up a preventive maintenance plan for your commercial building. Taking this step now can prevent you or your company from having to spend thousands on repair work down the road.