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Healthy Air is the leader in servicing, cleaning and sanitising all major makes and models of home and office wall mount and floor mount consoles


Healthy Air ducted cleaning and sanitizing services will remove dirt, dust, and other bacteria from your Heat Pump ducts.


Healthy Air has years of experience with cassette styles units.  Wether in a business setting or a home, we pride ourselves in giving the best clean the system can receive.


Healthy Air offers a sanitisation service which will provide you with clean healthy air for all types of heat pump systems.



Cassette heat pump units are very similarly to split system heat pump units with a key difference being the placement of the unit. Cassette units are typically found on the ceiling and blows air through two, three or even four sides of the unit. The regular use of a cassette heat pumps causes a build-up of dirt, dust and other similar contaminants in the coils, fans and filters of the unit decreasing the efficiency of the unit.


Failure to carry out regular servicing will result in increasing the running costs of your unit, and becoming a breeding ground for harmful bacteria and mould and other contaminants that naturally flow into their air conditioner. When the heat pump is turned on, the unit circulates through the room blowing air that is contaminated with the bacteria and mould growing in the fans, coils and in the filter.


Healthy Air has a team of highly trained and experienced professionals dedicated to delivering exceptional service to our clients. We can develop a regular maintenance schedule for your unit to ensure it does not become built-up with harmful contaminants.



What does our Service Clean and Saitise consist of?


Indoor Unit

  1. Check and test each Heat Pump prior to cleaning

  2. Place water proof tarp over all floor coverings or furniture below the Cassette air con unit

  3. Remove, clean and Sanitise Filters

  4. Remove, wash and Sanitize the Filter covers and directional air flow fins

  5. Clean and Sanitise the coils the fan and fan housing

  6. Clean and Sanitise in and around the Directional Fin Housing

  7. Check Condensate drain

  8. Test Hot and cold operation

  9. Check Airflow

  10. Reassemble and test indoor unit


Outdoor Unit

  1. Clean intake Screens

  2. Apply cleaning solution to fins and coils

  3. Clean and check fan operation

  4. Check noise levels

  5. Check air flow levels

  6. Test run and check all operations



Split system heat pumps are a popular unit that consists of a wall mounted or floor mounted indoor unit that blows cool or warm air into the room; and an outdoor unit designed to dispel the heat generated through the cooling process allowing you to adjust the room temperature accordingly.

When a split system unit is not regularly serviced cleaned and sanitised it becomes prone to dust build up and is a breeding ground for bacteria. As the bacteria continues to grow on the coils, fans and filters of the air conditioner, the contaminants begin to affect the overall air quality resulting in harmful allergens being circulated through the room. These allergens are especially harmful to individuals who suffer from asthma, hay fever, sinus problems, eczema and other health problems.


At Healthy Air our fully trained technicians know split system heat pumps inside-out and know what it takes to effectively clean a unit. The Split System Heat Pump service ,clean & sanitise process designed to rid your unit of all airborne particles, dirt, bacteria and harmful mould spores that affect your health and your units’ ability to run efficiently.


What does our Service Clean and Sanitise consist of?



1. Check and test each Air conditioner prior to cleaning
2. Place water proof tarp over all floor coverings or furniture below the air con unit
3. Remove, clean and sanitise filters

4.Clean and disinfect condensate drain
5 Clean and disinfect all fins and coils
6. Clean and check air supply fan
7. Reassemble indoor unit

8.Test run unit and check all operations
10. Reassemble all components

1. Clean intake screens
2. Apply cleaning solution to fins and coils
3.Clean and check fan operation
4. Check noise levels
5. Check air flow levels:
6.Test run unit and check all operations






​Touchless disinfection fogging is a means of distributing disinfectants into an area by means of a fine spray.

The solution is sprayed into the space by using air pressure to create a fine mist of small droplets which cover the area requiring treatment.

The process works by filling a room with a fine mist of particles 10-30 microns in size (1micron = 1 thousandth of a millimetre). These particles being so small, remain in the air long enough to kill any airborne viral or bacterial contamination. As the particles settle onto all surfaces, even the ones never touched by conventional cleaning. the

disinfectants continue to kill any surface contamination.

Healthy Air provide a professional fogging service, proven to kill micro-organisms from hepatitis, HIV, swine flu, avian flu, noravirus and fungi, with a kill rate of 99.99%  All treated areas can returned to full use 1 hour after fogging has been completed.  

ATP Hygiene Monitoring

Healthy Air uses a device called an ATP meter to measure how clean a surface is. A sample is taken with a special swab, inserted into the ATP meter, and a numerical value is returned. Pre-defined ranges of values determine if the surface is clean or dirty. This provides a quick, easy, and scientific method to determine if a surface is clean and free of bacteria. How it Works ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate) is an energy molecule that is present in all living cells. If it is alive or was once alive, it contains ATP. This includes animal cells (dust, oils), plant cells (soils, oils), and bacterial cells (bacteria, viruses). For this reason, a measurement of ATP correlates to a measurement of how clean a surface is. The less ATP, the less soil and contaminants, and the cleaner the surface is. An ATP meter works by measuring the light produced from a reaction between ATP and an enzyme, luciferase. This enzyme is found in fireflies and is what causes them to light up. This enzyme reacts with ATP in the sample swab, produces a small amount of light invisible to the naked eye, and is read by the ATP meter.




As the ducted system is spread across the home it may not always be evident that the unit needs a service, clean and sanitise. While most dust and dirt build up comes from outdoor dust that has been tracked through the home; pet fur, skin cells, carpets, clothing and hair shedding can also add to the build-up of dirt in the ducted system. Filters can become clogged with dust and dirt which means your unit is working harder to blow cool or warm air into the room. This will result, unhealthy air being blown out of the system that may result in illness particularly for individuals who suffer from hay fever, asthma or other flu like symptoms.


Ducted systems are quite often seen in office environments where the frequency of use is near constant all year round and the number of individuals running the same system in significantly higher than domestic use. Neglecting to clean a ducted air con system in an office environment could expose your staff to harmful airborne allergens that affect their health and in turn affect their productivity at work. Unwell staff members could be costing your business money when staff take sick days or are not able to complete their job to their full capacity due to discomfort when they breathe in the contaminated air that is circulated through their work space.


What does our service clean and sanitise consist of ?

Indoor Unit


  1. Check and test Ducted Heat Pump prior to cleaning

  2. Place water proof tarp over all floor coverings or furniture below the Ducted return air Filter and Filter Housing

  3. Remove and clean Filter or advise if the Filter is old and damaged and needs replacing. Your Healthy Air technician will advise you regarding this and can organise a replacement Filter for a small additional charge

  4. Remove and wash the Filter housing covers (where possible}

  5. Clean the return air inlet housing with a oscillating vacuum brush

  6. Spray an Anti-Bacterial through the Ducted System while operating to get right through the system and out through the individual air outlet points.

  7. Reassemble all components

  8. Test hot and cold operation

  9. Test air flow at all outlets

  10. Outdoor Unit

  11. 1. Clean intake screens
    2. Apply cleaning solution to fins and coils
    3.Clean and check fan operation
    4. Check noise levels
    5. Check air flow levels:
    6.Test run unit and check all operations

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​​Saturday: 9am - 7pm
​Sunday: Closed



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