Servicing All Your Ventilation Needs to National and European Standards
Welcome to Ventilation Surveys and Services Ireland, we offer full assessment and maintenance of your ductwork systems. Our business is based upon 25 years industry experience. We specialise in ductwork cleaning and remediation projects, ventilation hygiene surveys, thorough inspection and testing of local exhaust ventilation systems (LEV) and air conditioning energy assessments (EPBD) all over Ireland. We particularly specialise in cleaning air handling ductwork within large retail chains and entertainment venues. Our Managing Director, Joe Curran, has 20 years experience within the Irish ventilation market, and all of our teams are based from our Head Office in Carlow. VSS Ireland is a subsidiary of the VSS Group whose Chief Executive Officer, George Friend, was recently elected as the President of the European Ventilation Hygiene Association, so you can be sure that your business is in safe hands.
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Validation & Certification
Cleaning & Maintenance
We provide independent advice and validation to both contracting companies and the property owner or facility manager. Making sure you meet all the right criteria, for the legal national standard.
We can undertake various surveys to all forms of the built environment. We will manage for you all the reports and information you need from annual ventilation hygiene reports to fire damper surveys. We can utilize specialist robotic CCTV systems to access systems remotely.
We conduct a wide range of projects including ductwork cleaning, AHU remedial works, filtration supply & fit and mechanical maintenance. We have extensive experience in undertaking works in challenging environments such as the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, healthcare and the leisure and retail sectors.
We are experts in cleaning and maintaining kitchen extraction systems in accordance with industry guidelines. Poorly maintained kitchen extraction systems will inevitably lead to the property being placed under an increased fire risk due to the accumulation of grease contamination within the system.