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3 Ways We Can Help You Breathe Easier At Work

Have you ever walked into a building or facility and felt the air quality change? It’s safe to say these are the kinds of places that you don’t want to stick around in. The problem is, this may describe your commercial space!

Whether you have an office or a storefront that you are managing, you need to do more than consider your temperature control. Keeping up healthy commercial indoor air quality in Whittier, CA is going to be important to your customers, your employees, and you! Read on to find out how our team can help you improve your facility’s air quality.

3 Options To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

If you’ve been noticing problems with the comfort in your commercial space, then it may be time to take a look at your indoor air quality as a possible culprit. Here’s how our team can help get your air quality back up to snuff.

Clean out dirty ductwork

Dirt building up in your ductwork may not seem like a problem but it can cause more trouble than you realize. As that dust and debris collect, it can reduce the air quality in your space by continuously recirculating that dust. The build-up can also reduce the amount of air able to flow through the ducts, leading to higher energy bills.

With our help, you can enjoy ducts that are properly cleaned out. We use the tools necessary to remove the debris from your ducts without causing damage to them. This can improve airflow and air quality at once!

Install a commercial air purifier

Another way to fight back against poor indoor air quality is by installing an air purification system. A commercial air purifier is installed directly within your commercial ductwork. From there, the system can use either electricity or UV light to deal with the contaminants in the air exiting your HVAC systems. These systems take things a bit further than the usual air filtration system because they can handle a wider range of contaminants, including viruses, bacteria, and even mold spores or scent-causing particles. This translates to fresher and healthier air for everyone in the space.

Maintain a humidifier or dehumidifier

Humidity happens to be about balance, contrary to what some may think. If the air is too humid, it’s harder to keep cool. If the air is too dry, it’s harder to keep warm. Humid air can lead to the risk of mold growth and dry air can cause dry, itchy skin. This is why it pays to keep a humidifier and/or dehumidifier set up in your commercial space–this will provide you with the balance you need to enjoy better air quality and comfort.

Don’t be fooled. Commercial indoor air quality systems are made to handle commercial spaces. These are not made the same as residential systems and they require service from a technician trained to work with commercial systems. If you need help with the air flowing through your commercial space, reach out to one of our professional technicians. We have the training and tools to get the job done so you can breathe easy again.

Contact Greenleaf Heating & Cooling to schedule your next commercial service. 

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