Why is the air quality so important in every building?
The air quality is super important for the health and comfort of the occupants of any facility and building. Inadequate ventilation can increase indoor pollutants causing serious health risks.
What is ventilation?
“Process by which clean normally outdoor air is intentionally supplied to a space, while stale air is removed.” Ventilations should be installed in all working facilities to ensure there is fresh circulated air flowing at all times. The different types of ventilations that can be installed in facilities are:
- Air conditioning
- Air curtains
- Air recirculation
- Air infiltration
If your ventilation system isn’t cleaned and changed regular this could be a health hazard for all occupants of the building. The Immediate effects can cause:
- Irritation of Eyes
Long Term Effects can cause:
- Respiratory Diseases
- Heart Diseases
Fresh air circulation also prevents condensation from occurring in your space as the cool air helps areas that have a lot of heat sources. The moisture in the building can easily build up due to a natural air infiltration that take place in the building including, microwaves, stoves, hot water. Without proper ventilation these moistures will build up and seep into walls and surface areas. This type of condensation can create and build up mold and rotten surfaces all around the building leading this to be a serious health issue.
These reasons translate into the importance of a clean ventilation system in every building and facility. A safe environment where the occupants can breathe and work is very important so work and every day activity can be constructed safely. Any cleaning service will make sure these are cleaned with no blockage or dust and air filtrations are changed regularly leading the building to be fresh as ever.