Faculty & Students Deserve a High-Performance Environment


Faculty & Students Deserve a High-Performance Environment

Coil Before
Coil Before


Did you know, that a direct correlation exists between the cleanliness of school facilities and students’ academic performance, according to a recent study of college students nationwide by the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers? Indoor air quality is one of the biggest components of a school’s physical environment and is often neglected. At the heart of every building lies the HVAC system, breathing life into every room. Air Handler Units are designed to cycle air throughout your institution’s facilities while maintaining a steady, even temperature and cleaning the air. If your HVAC system is contaminated with mold and toxins, you’re doing nothing but spreading germs and illness, potentially hurting your students and staff. This can increase absenteeism and affect your student’s overall academic performance.




Green Air’s targeted process restores your units to like-new condition without invading your faculty’s space or classrooms. We do this by destroying microbial and bacterial growth on the coils, using a completely chemical-free process of medium pressure, high temperature steam. Using this process allows your units to operate efficiently which will, in turn, save you money on your energy bills. This will produce the highest quality air possible, helping to keep your staff and students healthy. Our sustainable cleaning process is currently being used in multiple Colleges and Universities across the Southeast. Most facilities experience an immediate reduction in energy costs soon after each project is completed. In turn, their indoor air quality is improved, and their HVAC units are transformed to like-new condition and are able to run at maximum efficiency. Replacing your aging HVAC equipment is a costly process and Green Air can substantially increase the life of your units.

Higher Education


  • Significantly increases student, teacher, and staff productivity levels.
  • Toxin-free air reduces student and staff absenteeism and the potential for health issues, such as asthma. In return, reduces facility liability issues.
  • Our process is not only safe for your students, it’s also an environmentally friendly cleaning process with zero chemical residue.
  • Our chemical free process will not corrode the coils like traditional chemical laden cleaning methods.
  • Our process will eliminate contaminants in your HVAC system leading to healthier air quality and healthier staff and students.
  • You will experience an immediate increase in efficiency of your units leading to lower energy bills.
Green Air Environmental Services Tree Higher Education


Green Air EnvironmentalTM provides an effective chemical-free, steam coil cleaning process to eliminate a variety of dangerous air pollutants affecting your indoor air quality and saving you money on your energy costs. Green Air EnvironmentalTM has revolutionized the AHU’s and HVAC Coils cleaning process to help keep our environment and people safe and reduce your bottom line. The Green Air steam cleaning process uses ZERO chemicals so there is no waste to worry about. We clean your equipment to almost factory-like performance and prolong the life expectancy of your units.

“They have the best process for cleaning Air Handler Units & HVAC coils. Their chemical-free process has saved our campus millions in energy savings over the last several years. They are professional & provide excellent service.”
  – Tom Shewan, Director of Maintenance – Florida State University

“We learned quickly that he best way to restore HVAC equipment to like new condition is to have GreenAir on our campus. Their use of steam to clean coils has extended the life of our aging AHU’s, Air Cooled Chillers, and fan coil units. Our units are running like new!”
 – Carzi Hawthorne, Operations Manager – Morehouse College

“Green Air’s use of steam to clean HVAC coils is brilliant! We’re not replacing compressors & fan motors, and our equipment is running more efficiently.
We now know this is the best way to take care of our HVAC equipment.”
  – Michael Bocian, Assistant Director of Maintenance, Georgia Southern University