Having a good Indoor Air Quality program in place is becoming more and more a necessity in modern times simply because of new construction methods employed to construct buildings. Buildings, including residences, are tighter in construction thereby decreasing infiltration and exfiltration. Even with mechanical codes which require so many changes of air per hour, depending on the building and its use and occupancy, building managers need to implement indoor air quality programs to prevent health issues among the occupants of their buildings. Good health not only helps people feel better but also makes them more productive.
- High Efficiency Air Cleaners
- HEPA Filters
- Germicidal Lights
- Humidifiers & Whole House Dehumidifiers