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Commercial Indoor Air Quality in Santa Fe, NM
A number of factors can affect your indoor air quality, which is often worse than the quality of the air outside. And a commercial property owner has even more to deal with when it comes to getting the problem under control. Commercial properties have more people, more activity, and more dust, which means the indoor air quality might be a lot worse than you expect.
While your heating and cooling systems come with an air filter, this may not be powerful enough to help get the air quality under control in all or part of the building. If this is the case, you might need a powerful commercial air purifier or another system that helps to control air quality throughout the building. And you can find expert light commercial indoor air quality services from the people at Glorieta Creek Mechanical LLC. Call us today to learn about your options!
What Affects Your Commercial Indoor Air Quality?
On a commercial property, dust can build up in much larger volumes than in a home. And, although you might have a cleaning crew to help keep dust off of surfaces, dust and particles are likely to float in the air unseen, moving into your HVAC (heating and cooling system) and recirculating in the building. People with asthma or allergies are bound to feel the effects if you have poor indoor air quality, and it can even make employees or clientele fall ill. Here are some of the most common particles found in the air of buildings with less–than–satisfactory air quality.
- Dust and dander:
- These tiny particles aggravate the symptoms of those in the building with allergies and other respiratory issues, and they could be small enough to pass through your air filter.
- Mold spores:
- Mold spores are also prone to affecting those with asthma and allergies, but some types of mold can cause trouble for people without preexisting conditions.
- Viruses and bacteria:
- These microorganisms can pass through a filter with ease, and you need a tough air purifier to kill and sterilize them if you want everyone on your commercial property to stay healthy.
Our Commercial Indoor Air Quality Systems and Services
We have a commercial indoor air quality system that can get rid of the particulate matter and the microorganisms that make people on your property feel sick. Viruses and bacteria are no match for UV air purifiers, which use ultraviolet light to kill and sterilize these tiny creatures and ensure that the air is safer to breathe in. Hospitals, clinics, and research institutions often rely on UV light air cleaning, but nearly any commercial property could benefit.
We also have commercial air purifiers that use ionization to charge particles so that they become attracted to a surface of the opposite charge, usually a set of collection plates inside of the unit. If you notice that your commercial indoor air quality system is not working properly, we are here to provide you with repair or replacement services as well. Call Glorieta Creek Mechanical LLC for all of your commercial indoor air quality needs in Santa Fe!