How Healthy is Your Office Air?December 17, 2012 0 Comments
Indoor air quality can be a major concern to building managers, tenants, and employees because it impacts the health, comfort, well-being, and productivity of building occupants.
Many factors that contribute to poor indoor air quality can be controlled by tenants and occupants, like materials used in renovations and products and furnishings brought into the building by occupants. Other factors (cleanliness and general housekeeping of the building) require the cooperation of building management as well as all of the individuals who work in the building.
Here are some things that everyone in the building can do to help improve indoor air quality:
- Do not block air vents.
- Comply with the office and building smoking policy.
- Clean up all water spills promptly, water and maintain office plants properly and report water leaks right away.
- Dispose of garbage promptly and properly.
- Store food properly.
- Notify your building or facility manager immediately if you suspect an IAQ problem.
Cleaning your buliding’s air duct system is a great way to to ensure that everyone is breathing clean air.
If your home or building needs its air duct system cleaned, call AdvantaClean today!