Ventilation

Insufficient or improper air flow in buildings can cause health concerns for occupants. ​Some issues that can occur as a result of poor ventilation are: mold, moisture, dust accumulation, increased Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Many of these compounds can create a toxic environment for building inhabitants.

 

In recent years, a number of scientific studies indicate that exposure to air pollution leads to adverse outcomes that include: acute lower respiratory infections, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, cardiovascular diseases, lung cancer as well as other serious diseases. Air pollutants like sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and dioxide, particulate matter (PM), ozone and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can be found within indoor environments in cities as well as in suburban and rural communities. There seems to be a link between air concentrations of air pollutants and human respiratory viruses interacting to adversely affect the respiratory system has been also reported. The results of most studies suggest that chronic exposure to certain air pollutants leads to more severe and lethal forms of COVID-19 and delays, as well as complicates, the recovery of patients of this disease.

Understanding the proper air flow in your building is key to health, safety and efficiency.  Our advanced diagnostic testing provides us with the data to ensure that proper air flow exists for your building.  Based on the information obtained during testing, we create a plan to resolve the situation. Whether you want to "Do It Yourself" or hire us, we offer an array of solutions to create the safe, comfortable and efficient building you deserve.

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Passive Ventilation

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Mechanical Ventilation

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Diagnostic Testing

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