Keep your occupants healthy
Viruses, bacteria, allergens, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), smoke, dust, and other allergens can all cause varying degrees of harm to your building occupants and need to be filtered from your indoor air.
Improve productivity and performance
Increased levels of carbon dioxide and certain VOCs can cause fatigue and headaches, among other things. Over the course of a year this can add up to a lot of lost productivity, sick days, and additional work and burnout for those who stay at work.
Protect building equipment and assets
Build up of particulate matter (dust, smoke, dirt) can slow down performance of your indoor air systems – filter banks, ducts, HVAC systems – and other equipment. Keeping your indoor air clean can mean less strain on your assets, and deferred capital spending.
Optimize operations costs
Having more insight into your air filtration and changing air filters at the right time can decrease your costs of filters and other supporting parts, as well as your total labour costs for installs and changeouts. Efficient air systems can reduce your total energy usage over the year.
Maintain a positive reputation
A safe, healthy, high-performing building is attractive in any industry. Sharing your indoor air quality performance keeps occupants and tenants confident in your ability to manage your building properly, and reduces tenant turnover.