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Indoor Air Quality Checklist

Posted on December 22, 2014
by Susana Escamilla

The average American spends 90 percent of their time indoors. Whether it is at home or at work we are usually indoors most of the time. An indoor air quality checklist can help improve the air quality indoors.

Property managers should partner with professional companies that offer indoor air quality services to provide a better indoor air environment for the people who occupy their buildings.

If there are individuals who are complaining about breathing issues or health problems, it might be time to do a indoor air quality (IAQ) checklist and service your HVAC system as well.

What Basic Components Should an Indoor Air Quality Checklist Include?

  • Section for Moisture Control.
  • Ventilation and HVAC System
  • Potential Source of Contaminants (radon, asbestos, indoor pollutants)
  • Exposure and Comfort Level of Individual
  • Inspection of general indoor environment (odor,visible inspection, walk-through)

Providing a IAQ Checklist will support the decision maker and building owner to consider the next steps to help improve a healthy and comfortable environment for the occupants.

Below is a video provided by the IAQA Network that talks about the importance of having a IAQ Checklist.

If you are looking into creating a comfortable and healthier environment for your property, AirTek provides Indoor Air Quality Services for several industries and have been creating healthier, cleaner and more energy efficient environments for over 25 years.

Contact your local AirTek office to set up an appointment with us.

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