Air Quality

Air Quality

Improve occupant comfort,
health and productivity.

Indoor air quality (IAQ) problems are not limited to homes. In fact, many commercial buildings have major air pollution sources. Some of these buildings may be inadequately ventilated. For example, mechanical ventilation systems may not be designed or operated to provide sufficient amounts of outdoor air.

Research has shown that the majority of people spend 90% of their time indoors. People usually have less control over the indoor environment in their offices than they do in their homes. As a result, there has been an increase in the incidence of reported health problems.

Problems with indoor air quality in buildings can result in health concerns, liability issues, reduced productivity, and decreased property values.

IAQ problems in non-industrial buildings, such as schools and offices, are often caused by complex factors. Identifying and resolving the sources of poor IAQ requires professional expertise. ARC is qualified to fully investigate, identify and resolve all IAQ issues according to industry standards and guidelines.