About Clean Air Australia

We are a company which harnesses two very strong forces, Passion and History. We have a Passion for the unusual line of work that we do and a long History of achieving positive results. For over 20 years our technicians have worked around the clock, within a vast variety of buildings, penetrating deep inside the ventilation and air conditioning systems to investigate, clean, treat and remediate the system.

 

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Our Customers receive the highest standard of service before, during and after our tasks are completed. We begin with an inspection to assess the condition of the system. If there is not sufficient access we can install Access Panels in the ducts. There is a requirement under AS3666.2 to annually inspect water producing areas of the system. We then supply a photographic report on the condition of the system with our recommendations and quotation for rectification. This quotation will include a full scope of works and any requirements by the Client.

If our quotation is accepted we will complete an OH&S Risk Assessment including a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and a Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS). We will then carry out the work in accordance with our work program with minimal disruptance to the occupants. Upon completion of our work we will supply a completion report with before and after photos and a certificate of compliance (where applicable).

The Company is a Member of NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaners Association) and ASSA (Advanced Safety Systems Australia). We work with the biggest companies and brand names in Australia. We operate in some of the harshest, most inaccessible and stringent safety requirement that can be imagined. We achieve the outcomes that we set out for our clients and their staff.

Our Logo features a Canary which was the Miner’s sign of safe breathable air. This serves as a constant reminder to our Management and Staff of the responsibility that we have undertaken to provide our Clients and their staff with a clean safe indoor environment.