As businesses continue to reopen in various phases, it is essential to create the safest possible indoor environment for employees and customers due to the continued concerns around the spread of coronavirus. Realistically, there is never a downside to maintaining the best levels of indoor air quality possible. Flu season, sick building syndrome, air pollution from environmental change, or natural disasters, these continue to affect the overall health and well-being of everyone.
Used properly, air cleaners/purifiers and HVAC filters can also help reduce or filter out airborne contaminants that pass through them – including viruses – in indoor spaces. Portable air cleaners/air purifiers may also help when additional ventilation with outdoor air is either not possible or the outdoor air pollution is high and windows can’t be opened or there is no HVAC system. Businesses can even consider filtration choices such as High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters that will collect/capture particulates as small as 0.3 microns, which is far smaller than the virus that causes COVID-19.
AIRTEK Indoor Solutions are available to come in and conduct a full indoor air quality assessment and customize the job based on your needs and level. Contact us and we can assess and design a filtration plan that will best suit your needs as you prepare for full or partial reopening.