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Commercial HVAC Contractor

As a full-service mechanical contractor, Strictly Mechanical has been serving Georgia and surrounding states since 1990. With a team led by professionals who have dedicated their careers to the heating and air industry, we promise superior service at a reasonable cost. Whether you’re in need of an installation for a new construction project, replacement of an outdated system, or HVAC maintenance, we are your proven source for a successful project.

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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality or (IAQ) has become a major focal point for today's businesses. Here at Strictly Mechanical, we work with the top manufacturers to bring you the best options for improving the IAQ for your place of business and for your employees. We are here to help guide you to the best choice for your business and environment.

Types OF IAQ

There are several types of IAQ devices that can help target your specific application and needs. If you are looking for better air filtration for your entire building, treating the air through existing air conditioners or installing devices for specific rooms or areas, we have the products for you. Below are the most common types of IAQ devices used today to help combat harmful airborne particulates.


HEPA Filters (high-efficiency particulate air) This type of air filter can theoretically remove at least 99.97% of dust, pollen, mold, bacteria, and any airborne particles with a size of 0.3 microns (µm). Not all HVAC systems can handle this type of air filtration. We can help define if your system can handle this type of filters.  


UV Lights - This is a form of radiation which is not visible to the human eye. It's in an invisible part of the "electromagnetic spectrum". UVC radiation has been shown to destroy the outer protein coating of the SARS-Coronavirus. The destruction ultimately leads to inactivation of the virus.


Bipolar Ionization -This patented technology produces a high concentration of positive and negative ions, delivering them to the space via the ventilation system. Within the air stream, ions attach to particles, where they combine, become larger and are more easily filtered from the air. When ions meet pathogens, they disrupt the pathogens’ surface proteins, rendering them inactive.