What You Should Know About Testing the Air Quality in Your Commercial Building.
If you're concerned about the air quality inside your office building or manufacturing facility, you're not alone. Poor indoor air quality has been attributed to everything from headaches to trouble concentrating, and you could find your workforce plagued with absenteeism and poor performance through no fault of their own. These are just some of the issues you may have to deal with if you have an inadequate air quality system.
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The Unseen Health Hazards in Your Worplace
Dust, mold, pesticides, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can be common in any enclosed indoor area, but are found even more often in commercial buildings due to their larger size and higher numbers of personnel. Having an air quality test performed on your commercial building will give you an idea of what you're dealing with and what you'll need to do to resolve it. Our indoor air quality testing and environmental services are second to one in the industry.
What Air Quality Issues Could You Be Dealing With?
Any enclosed area can be susceptible to harboring allergens like mold spores, dust mites, and wayward pet or pest dander. Commercial buildings can be especially problematic when it comes to air quality. Between typical allergens and the more location-specific ones (like certain manufacturing chemicals, air fresheners or cleaning products, or even large quantities of printer toner), you could find yourself - and your building's other occupants - dealing with exacerbated asthma or allergy symptoms that seem to coincide with the beginning and end of the workday.
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- San Francisco, CA
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- Sacramento, CA
- Oakland, CA
- Palo Alto, CA
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How Can You Improve Your Building's Air Quality?
Before you can tackle your air quality, you'll need to know what types of impurities you're dealing with. Commercial Indoor Air Quality Testing will help identify your exact issue. With our thermal imaging FLIR cameras, we're able to instantly detect any signs of immediate or chronic moisture that could indicate mold or mildew growth, as well as other potential dangers to your indoor air quality.
Improving your commercial building's air quality will not only increase the value of your property, it can mean the difference between a high-performing workforce and one that falls behind. By enlisting our help in evaluating the factors that are impacting the quality of air in your building, you'll be able to protect your entire investment.