According to the EPA, poor indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the top five environmental risks. Pollutants in your building’s air can cause dizziness and headaches, and can aggravate allergies and asthma. Regular cleaning and vacuuming can go a long way toward improving the air you breathe. But cleaning alone will not solve IAQ problems.
Humidity control helps protect comfort and productivity by removing humidity without overcooling rooms, preventing growth of molds and bacteria, and controlling the spread of allergens.
Ventilation is essential to improving indoor air quality by cost-effectively incorporating fresh air that reduces the concentration of chemicals, carbon dioxide and other contaminates. Ideal for tightly sealed buildings, a ventilation system helps replace stale, contaminated indoor air with fresher.
Pollen, dust mites, dirt, bacteria and molds are just a few of the contaminants that can adversely affect air quality.