Walton & Company Building Services
Keeping Your Facility in Good Health
Walton & Company’s mission is to make every building we touch more efficient and safe, including our own facilities. The in-duct air purifiers installed in our buildings, and being installed on our customer’s buildings in Pennsylvania and Maryland, are designed to help eliminate “Sick Building Syndrome” risks by reducing air pollutants and odors that survive, thrive and spread through the duct systems of large facilities. Its effectiveness is in three categories of indoor air pollutants: particulates, microbial, and gases. It drastically helps reduce allergy triggers and kills up to 99% of bacteria, mold, and viruses. We are doing our part by eliminating the spread of COVID-19, however, the work we do for you doesn’t stop when the virus is gone. We will continue to service your building at the highest level of professionalism you’d expect. Please contact our Building Services Manager, Bill Vervaeke, on how you can protect your facility, today at, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 717-755-9030.
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Everyone is looking for some type of HVAC process or method to use upon the return of “normal” from the stay-at-home order for COVID-19. Millions of people are affected by this pandemic and are eager to get back to the swing of things when it’s safe to do so. In helping the efforts of a Baltimore Community, we were able to safely go into their educational buildings and campus and use a method called Fogging to disinfect their interior buildings.
Fogging is a preventative maintenance treatment after the facility in-use has been disinfected. It is recommended for control of bacteria, mold, mildew, fungi, and yeast in IAQ applications. It’s EPA registration includes applications in HVACR ventilating equipment, including coils, condensate pans, filters, and ductwork.
Walton & Company is Fogging any new filter installed into a new unit with a product called Bio Fresh. This will allow airborne mold and other items to be trapped and help be killed on the surface of the filter. It is an ideal method for disinfecting interior workspaces into enclosed ventilating duct-work.
Here is what the Director of Facilities, Security, and Technology from Beth Tfiloh Congregation and School, Mark Kaiser has to say about our services.
The driving mission in my role at Beth Tfiloh is the safety of our community members and that they have an environment that supports their educational and spiritual needs. We rely upon Bill Vervaeke and Walton & Company’s Building Services to provide us with their professional maintenance of our HVAC systems, and expert advice and service. Since the outbreak of the Corona Virus and the lockdown of our campus, Walton & Company is fogging our facility with a product that helps kill airborne contaminants. This process gives us the confidence that our building will be properly sterilized for the safe return of our faculty, congregants, students, and community when this crisis has passed. We appreciate their continued support and timely response when any need arises. *
*While we cannot guarantee 100% protection, our processes help reduce the presence of viruses and bacteria.
We would be happy to talk to you about Fogging your facility. If you would like to consult our Building Services Manager, Bill Vervaeke, on how you can help protect your building, please contact, email@example.com, or 717-755-9030.
Do NOT Turn off your HVAC system while unoccupied
In-Duct Air Purification
Hype #1 Ionizing Systems: Many ionizing systems produce ozone, but others use cold plasma, hydroxyl radicals or ionized hydrogen peroxide to kill bacteria and viruses. While extensive testing and EPA statements have called out the dangers of ozone on people’s respiratory systems, less is known about the long-term effects of these other systems. The bottom line is they all use oxidation as their primary method for killing bacteria and viruses and until more is known about the long-term health impacts of these other systems, we cannot recommend them for indoor use.
Hype #2 Coil Cleaning: Keeping HVAC system coils clean is critical for their efficient operation and should be done as needed based on the environment those coils are in. While it is possible for particulates, including viruses and bacteria, to be found on coils, it likely won’t make much of a difference reducing the spread of viruses. This is especially true of coils on rooftop units where only particulates from outdoor air will be found.
Hype #3 Central HEPA filtration: According to the Centers for Disease Control, the novel coronavirus spreads primarily through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Those droplets generally fall to the ground or land on other surfaces within six feet. While it is possible for viruses to become suspended in the air for several hours and travel farther, as a result, this is not the primary means of transmission. At this time, based on the cost and practicality of retrofitting HEPA filtration (which may require significant system modifications) when compared to any possible benefit, we can’t recommend this for most settings.
Walton & Company
1800 Industrial Hwy
York Pa 17402
3320 Concord Road
York Pa 17402
150 Lakefront Dr
Cockeysville, Md 21039
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