There have been countless studies that conclusively show that indoor air quality has a direct cause and effect relationship on the overall health, productivity, morale, sick leave and retention of building occupants. The ROI of IAQ monitoring for any building can be vast.
Benefits of IAQ Monitoring:
Clean, safe air
Healthy, productive people
Green and healthy building certifications
With talent being the largest overhead in business operations, it’s never been more important for businesses to do everything they can to ensure the health and productivity of their employees. Improvements to indoor air quality can lead to significant results but is often an overlooked decision in the workplace. According to The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), poor
indoor air quality costs us billions of dollars every year in medical expenses and lost productivity.
Considering that the average person spends nearly 90% of their time indoors, indoor air quality has a larger effect on building occupants than most people realize. Poor air quality inside buildings may lead to sick building syndrome (SBS), which can cause dizziness, fatigue,
eye irritation, and other cold or flu-like symptoms, resulting in higher rates of absenteeism and a decrease in productivity in workplaces.
Contact us to get real-time indoor air quality measurements and alerts on 5 key IAQ parameters: PM2.5, PM10, VOCs, CO2, Relative Humidity.