Air Quality Systems has completed more than 2,500 commercial assignments throughout the Southeast. The company specialized in complicated projects that require a unique skillset cultivated through 30 years of duct and air handler unit cleaning experience.
Our experience is unmatched, and our results are schedule and cost driven to guarantee customer satisfaction.
Our company takes on 400 ton AHUs in massive airplane hangar facilities, cleans 10,000 gallon chocolate tanks, commercial powder coating ovens, and the ducts in your home.
Work Relationships and Experience
- VA and Veterans Health Center
- University of Georgia (multiple projects)
- Piedmont Hospital (multiple projects)
- Highwoods Properties
- Hartsfield Jackson Airport
- Golden State Foods
- Emory University (multiple projects)
- Kubota Manufacturing
- Robins Air Force Base
Major Mechanical and Remediation Contractor Relationships
Air Quality Systems’ name is synonymous with superlative quality, impeccable service and the commitment it takes to uphold these high values. Our team creates the highest standard of care, service and long-term value, based not only on client exceptional expectations, but on our own as well. Our relationships with the market’s largest, and most active mechanical companies, continues to give us a competitive edge in a highly competitive market.
We have been in the HVAC industry since 1966 and a licensed HVAC contractor for over 25 years. Air Quality Systems was founded in 1994 and the founder, Tommy Gwaltney, was a pioneer for ductwork system remediation in the state of Georgia. We have been a member of the National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA) for 24 years, serving on the NADCA Board of Directors for nine years, and have been consistently involved with the writing of official protocol related to HVAC system cleaning. Tommy is a NADCA Hall of Fame Inductee for over 30 years of service.
Air Quality Systems employs 15 technicians that have been with the company for multiple years. Their unrivaled experience on commercial projects and constant exposure to residential clients (that always have a variety of needs) make our people superior in areas of problem solving and customer service.
US Dept Veterans Affairs
Batchelor & Kimball
University of Georgia