Sooner or Later, You’re Going to be Asked Why You Didn’t Initiate a Preventive HVAC Hygiene Program…
Poor indoor air quality presents an invisible hazard and potential excess cost in commercial buildings. We don’t want you to take the blame when the problem suddenly becomes visible.
The Invisible Problem:
Dirty Systems and Bad Air Build Up Gradually
According to the American Lung Association, poor indoor air quality is a major cause of days lost from work and school. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says a build-up of dirt on heating or cooling coils can result in a 21% decrease in HVAC system efficiency.
Even in a new building, dirt and debris in ducts and hidden areas get blown out and sucked back in where they build up, hinder system performance and jeopardize the health and productivity of building occupants. Learn more about air quality problems.
You have a thousand details to attend to, and you don’t mean to be negligent. However, when the dirt builds and begins to cause operations glitches and health problems, you could be the one held accountable for the costs—both human and financial.