Your employees spend most of their work time sitting at their desks. At Reliable Water Restoration, we understand that they are your top priority and need to be able to focus on what’s important for them.
However, they may not work as well if the air quality in your office isn’t great. Allergens, odors, and germs can quickly spread and cause your employees to miss out on important days at work because of illness. That’s why it is best to take precautions now by incorporating good air quality into your workplace.
If you notice a lot of employees feeling weak or nauseous, your building may have poor air quality.
Here are just some of the physical symptoms that indicate that you have poor indoor air quality:
- Shortness of breath
People with allergies often suffer from nasal congestion, sneezing, or coughing.
Irritation of the nose, skin, eyes, and throat
Our goal is to make sure that everyone has a healthy office environment. If you are experiencing problems with indoor air quality, schedule an appointment today and one of our specialists will be there to fix it up for you. The sooner the assessment starts, the faster your employees can work without having to worry about inhaling harmful contaminants.
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How To Have Best Air Quality in the Office
Mold and other contaminants can lead to poor indoor air quality. Up to 90% of people’s time is spent indoors, so it is important to do what you can to protect yourself from dirty air.
Studies show that indoor environments sometimes contain higher levels of pollutants than the outside environment.
According to OSHA, the quality of indoor air inside offices, schools, and other workplaces is important not only for employees’ comfort but also for their health.
Many factors affect indoor air quality. Lots of factors can contribute to sick building syndrome. These include poor ventilation, too low or too high levels of humidity that are affecting the overall air quality indoors, recent remodeling jobs, and other factors near or within a building that impairs the flow of fresh air coming into it.
To determine whether or not air quality or mold damage could be an issue in your office, ask yourself the following questions:
- Building materials or furnishings visibly moisture damaged?
- Have building materials been exposed to rain or standing water for more than 48 hours?
- Are there any moisture problems in your building?
- Do you get a musty or moldy smell when you walk in your building?
- Do people in your building experience health problems they think are caused by the indoor environment?
- Has the building been remodeled recently? Or has the building changed its use?
- Is your usual maintenance pattern disrupted or have you changed your maintenance pattern?
We provide 24/7 customer service including every day of the year – all year-round. Our team will work with you to create a tailored plan for restoring your home’s air quality.
We’re very transparent with how we work and what we do. We also provide updates to clients showing our progress and a screenshot of everything that’s been done.
Our guidance, expertise, & innovative technology will give you the peace of mind to let us help get everyone back to work. And with our perfect plan in place, you can be sure that each job is done with the utmost care.
Don’t Be Ruined by Mold
In order to handle the problem at hand, we partner with recognized testing facilities and provide mold inspection & remediation services. From laboratory analysis to written plans for remediation, our teams will work together to assist you through this process.
We know how to identify and get rid of the root cause of mold and implement solutions to stop it from growing.
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