Overhead Ceiling Cleaning from HasgoeOverhead Ceiling Cleaning

Dust, dirt, grease, and other materials are common to find in the rafters and ceilings of many manufacturing and production facilities and the professionals at Hasgoe can help keep your business clean and safe!

Overhead Ceiling Cleaning
Overhead Ceiling Cleaning

Why your business should have the rafters and high ceilings cleaned?

Vibrations in any Evansville or Owensboro area facility can shake built up dust loose, causing it to contaminate the production below. Did you know that piles of dust and dirt can become breeding grounds for mites, mold, bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants? It’s true! The experts at Hasgoe can help make sure some dusts don’t become a fire hazard when built up on high surface areas. Explosions have occurred when built up dust created an explosive dust cloud and your business needs to be protected.

• OSHA & the NFPA frequently hand out violations and fines for having high, unsafe levels on dust on ceilings and rafters.
• Aesthetic reasons, visible dirt collected on surfaces can make a workplace unattractive
• To prepare surfaces for painting or other maintenance work.
• Creates poor indoor air quality

Chunks of this collected debris can enter the ventilation and clog up the HVAC system. Dirt, debris and dust can cause odors and break down the surface it’s on, causing rust or rot. It’s crucial you use the cleaning services from Hasgoe Industrial Cleaning to keep your business and customers safe and sound.

Overhead Ceiling Cleaning
Hasgoe Cleaning Systems specialize in cleaning projects for commercial and industrial facilities, and we’re focused on safety. Our technicians are OSHA trained, experienced working on high surfaces, and we’re experts in combustible dust safety. Click here to find out if your facility’s dust could be combustible.

Our Commercial and Industrial High Surface Cleaning Services include:
• Exhaust hood ventilation
• Beams
• Storage racks/shelving
• Ceiling
• Conduit
• Lighting
• Exterior of ductwork
• Fire suppression systems
• Ceiling Truss
• Rafters
• Ceiling Deck
• Piping
• And other elevated structural components