Static electricity is generally considered a nuisance, causing hair to stand on end or clothes to cling awkwardly to the body. But for the team at USAir Duct and Carpet Cleaning, it's an effective pollutant-nabbing technique. The air-care experts outfit HVAC systems with electrostatic filters that attract airborne particles as they float past and hold them until the filter can be washed. Because the non-disposable filters just require regular cleanings, they can provide a lifetime of reuse, and their design includes an antimicrobial material that restricts the growth of mold and bacteria on the filter surface.
Electrostatic filtration is just one of USAir's many natural cleaning methods. Technicians install UV-light air purifiers on blowers, which break down the molecular bonds of viruses, germs, bacteria, and mold in order to eliminate them. A rotary scrubbing brush and 360-degree vacuum de-grime tile and grout while eschewing the soaps, acid-based formulas, and lectures on hygiene that can dull the tile surface.