G&B Environmental is one of few certified filter specialists in the state of Minnesota. Our filter certification means we have demonstrated a thorough, up-to-date understanding of air filtration technology and high level of professionalism. In order to become certified, air filtration professionals must pass an extensive examination on the principles, methods and applications of air filtration.
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Customer service is our top priority. We focus on providing each customer with a custom solution that will save money, conserve energy and minimize risk and headaches. Our initial costs may not be the rock bottom option, but we are confident that we will be your best filtration, coil and duct option in the long run. We recognize that our job is more than replacing or maintaining filters, you count on us to make decisions that help your heating, cooling, water and HVAC systems running. Compliance with the NAFA Code of Ethics ensure that we will do our best for you every time.
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Improving Consumer Education on Filters, Coils, Ducts and HVAC Systems
We are working on a series of short lessons to help our customers better understand filters, coils, ducts, HVAC systems and the advantages of regular maintenance. Check them out below – sign up for updates at the right.
We take pride in our work and we figure the more you know the better we look!
Arrived at condominium complex today and found the chillers covered with cottonwood seed. We cleaned system and installed PreVent filter screens to stop build-up of debris on the chiller air intakes. The filters are custom sized, and easily mounted over large areas of the chiller system. Cleaning maintenance will be reduced significantly, and can be quickly done with a broom, brush or shop vacuum. Units will run with steadier efficiency curve and significantly reduce time spent cleaning the units.
Air Filter Pads and Custom frames made to fit any furnace or A/C unit is by far the most cost efficient form of filtration for your hom or office. You do not incur the waste of purchasing the cardboard frame and metal grille with each furnace air filter. You purchase only the filter media pad. It takes only about one year to recapture the cost of the filter frame and then you only have to buy furnace filter pads and that is when you will see the real savings. It is very easy to remove and install an air filter pad on the holding frame. By using reusable holding frame you will not only save money, but you will contribute to the environment by only disposing of material used in the actual filtration process. I’ve seen millions of filters in the last twenty years and continue to use this form of filtration in my home because it works and I pay for filtration and not packaging hardware.
Each air filter pad is treated with a biocide that controls the growth of mold, mildew, algae and fungi on the filter and keeps the air you breathe fresh and clean. These air filters have a MERV 8 rating. By controlling these microorganisms it could help relieve allergies, asthma, sinus problems, headaches and nasal congestion. The air filter is held in place by a metal holding frame. The metal frame is made out of 20 gauge galvanized steel. The air filter attaches to the metal frame and slides in and out of your furnace. We need only the width and length of your current filter and will build filter frame to your dimensions. Call today and we will put your name on it for your very own personal furnace filter.
Manufacturing company in the West uses ducted industrial air cleaners for source capture and free hanging ambient units in a push-pull design to filter welding fumes and grinding dust particles that enter the air.
G&B Environmental, Inc. can provide optimal management of this type of physical asset which requires pro acive maintenance to maximize value for the customer. By managing assets across the facility, organizations can improve utilization and performance, reduce capital costs, reduce asset-related operating costs, extend asset life and subsequently improve ROA.
The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has posted some great advice on the signs that you may need to have your air ducts cleaned. We’ll share the highlights here, but we encourage you to check out the full article…
- There is substantial visible mold growth inside hard surface (e.g., sheet metal) ducts or on other components of your heating and cooling system.
- Ducts are infested with vermin, e.g. (rodents or insects)
- Ducts are clogged with excessive amounts of dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the home from your supply registers.
How can G&B Environmental help your business run more smoothly? Check out this video and learn more about how clean filter, ducts and coils can make a difference in monthly energy bills and unexpected interruptions!