The Solution for Sick Building Syndrome
The term Sick Building Syndrome describes a building where its occupants tend to get sick more often. The common ailments are colds, flu, headaches, difficulty concentrating, asthma and dizziness; which if in a workspace or school, can diminish productivity and increase absenteeism. Sick Building syndrome is usually traced back to poor indoor air quality.
Ensuring a regular cleaning of the building’s heating, cooling and ventilation systems can improve the air quality, reduce symptoms of sick building syndrome, comply with regulations and standards. and reduce energy costs.