Indoor air quality is not at the front of our minds when it comes to where we work, but if you’re a business owner, maybe it should be. What do you really know about the air you breathe when you’re at work? It doesn’t just affect you. It also affects your employees and also your clients and customers. Here’s why it should be at the top of your priority list.
What’s in Your Air?
There's a broad range of possible air contaminants and pollutants in any building. The most common include pollen, dust and dust mites, mold and cleaning chemicals. This varies based on the type of work done in your building, how many people are there, and the environment surrounding your business. Everything from rodent droppings or lead to toxins from manufacturing and exhaust can be in the air in your building or offices.
How Can I Fix Poor Air Quality?
The right air filtration system is the most effective way to combat poor indoor air quality. You're paying for your HVAC system to keep your business comfortable. To get the most out of it, you can integrate an air filtration system to work right alongside it to keep your air clean too.
The Right System for Your Environment
There's no one right solution for all businesses. An HVAC technician can test your building and the air quality to determine the biggest factors affecting them. With this information, they can recommend the right air filtration system to get the best results.
Instead of wondering about the air you're breathing, get the information and systems you need to make it right. For the advice you need when it comes to your business’s indoor air quality, contact the pros at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling.