Office Air Quality Check Up

Air quality can have a significant impact on the well-being and productivity of employees. Living in an environment without clean air for prolonged periods can lead to headaches, allergies, and respiratory problems. If employees complain of headaches or call in more often, it may be due to poor air quality. Therefore, keeping the air in your office fresh and clean is important. Below are some tips on maintaining good air quality in your office.

Open the Windows

If your office has windows, you can open them; this is the easiest way to improve air quality. If the weather permits, open windows and allow natural ventilation to filter the air. Letting in the fresh air will make a big difference, especially if your office smells stale.

Use Indoor Plants

Indoor plants add a decorative touch to the office and can also purify the air. By absorbing toxins and pollutants, plants can improve air quality and add a natural element to the office space. Low-maintenance plants or well-established indoor trees will improve the air quality and employees’ morale.

Replace Air Filters

Dirty air filters can limit the efficiency of your HVAC system and reduce air quality. Regularly changing air filters will improve airflow and reduce dust and allergens circulating in the air.

Keep the Office Clean

Maintaining cleanliness in the office can have a significant impact on air quality. By dusting surfaces, vacuuming carpets, and wiping down surfaces, you can significantly reduce the level of allergens and pollutants in the air.

Call In the Pros

Having a regularly scheduled professional commercial cleaning company clean your office will help keep the building feeling fresh and airy. In Southern Oregon, call Vista Building Services today for a quote. We maintain more than 90 commercial clients from north of Roseburg to Ashland because customer satisfaction is our priority. We would love to add you to our list of satisfied customers.

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