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Indoor Environment

Working indoors can lead to increased sick leave and lower productivity due to to poor heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

Today, many workers spend long periods of time indoors, in air-conditioned buildings. However, if the air conditioning system is not maintained, a number of problems, some potentially lethal, can occur.

In fact, studies have shown that increased sick leave and lower productivity can be related to poor heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. The human costs of poor air conditioning include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • viral illness
  • respiratory problems
  • Legionnaires Disease

Airsafe provides cost-effective, expert solutions for all indoor air quality issues.

Contact us today if you suspect a problem with your indoor environment.

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