Modern Purair

Our commitment to our clients and the communities we serve regarding COVID-19

Modern PURAIR is a proud member of the National Air Duct Cleaning Association (NADCA).  NADCA Members perform a highly skilled and particularly essential service to healthcare facilities, commercial buildings, military facilities and homes. NADCA members routinely provide service to maintain continuity of operations of the federal critical infrastructure sectors.

NADCA members perform source removal of contaminants from ductwork and clean and apply antimicrobial to HVAC systems and components where appropriate. NADCA members’ services are needed now more than ever as we work together with our facility partners to ensure a safe indoor environment for those businesses who are responsible for keeping our country and our citizens operational during these challenging times. To verify NADCA membership, please visit the “Find a Pro” directory at  As a proud NADCA Member, Modern PURAIR is working through this pandemic to service our clients in the effort of ensuring maintenance of acceptable conditions at facilities providing health and medical care, veterinary and/or daily residential care facilities, and other services necessary to prevent an immediate threat to the health, safety, and welfare of the public.

Modern PURAIR’s Commitment To Our Clients And The Communities We Serve Regarding COVID-19

At Modern PURAIR®, we live and work in our communities across Canada. We feel a deep-rooted responsibility for the health and safety of our people, their families and the communities we serve. In response to COVID-19 we are actively working to ensure the health and safety of everyone that PURAIR services. Here’s what we are doing:

Focus on cleanliness of our equipment, and new disease prevention standard operating procedures (SOP)

In our PURAIR Sprinters and our office space, we remain focused on cleanliness. In addition to our industry-leading SOP’s and standards, we have implemented our Infectious Disease Prevention – Post Job Cleaning Digital Checklist. This new SOP increases the frequency of cleaning tasks with a focus on high-touch surfaces, including; Air lines, PURCURx rods, PURAIR Vacuum Unit, iPads, iPhones, Tool kits, Steering Wheels, and Sprinter door handles. Technicians are required to wash and disinfect their hands upon arriving at each job and prior to leaving each job. This is mandatory today. Keyboards, Computer Screens, and other high-touch areas in our office spaces will be sanitized throughout the day and at the end of each shift.

We are requiring employees to stay home from work if they experience any symptoms or have recently travelled to high risk areas.  In abundance of precaution we have also made the decision for our technicians to no longer “shake hands” with the client, but to instead “wave”.

Serving our clients

Throughout this situation, we will continue to serve our clients, vendors, and partners in many ways at your place of business, at your residence, and through our ongoing partnerships with restoration companies, property management companies, and School Districts across the country for cleaning, decontamination, and restoration.

During this time in particular, we ask any customers that experience any symptoms or have recently travelled to high risk areas to notify our team in advance of the job so that we can take the necessary safety precautions or postpone the service as required by the situation.

For more than 13 years, Modern PURAIR’s commitment to the communities we work and live in has endured. Today that same commitment continues to guide all our actions. We’re continuing to monitor developments closely and are following the guidance of public health authorities. As the situation changes, we’ll change with them and keep you informed.