Give yourself and your employees a safe work environment. RH Company has what it takes to help everyone breathe easier and feel better at the workplace. We know because we have been helping to combat indoor air pollution for satisfied customers throughout the Quad City area since 1998.

With customers like MidAmerican Energy, Genesis Hospitals, and Osaka Restaurant, our priority is doing the job right the first time. It is all about making you happy.


HVAC Systems are potential breeding grounds for bacteria, fungi (mold), and a multitude of other contaminants that can spread throughout a facility via the ventilation system. The contaminants and debris found in HVAC Systems can lead to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems, heightening the risk of infections in immunocompromised patients in healthcare facilities, and potentially increasing absenteeism and reducing productivity in other commercial settings due to allergic reactions, sinus infections, and a myriad of other problems that could be associated with poor Indoor Air Quality.

Poor IAQ is far from the only concern with a dirty HVAC System. Dirt and debris build-up can substantially reduce airflow, compromising the performance of the HVAC System. This can lead to increased risk of mechanical problems, and reduced airflow (possibly leading to higher energy cost). Airflow restrictions are of particular concern in Healthcare facilities where negative and positive pressure measures are critical.

Dirt, oil, and other debris can increase the risk of fire in HVAC Systems – dirt, oils, and other materials can be flammable with the right ignition source, especially in manufacturing facilities where combustible dust is present.