The COVID-19 pandemic has forced our community to focus on the importance of indoor air quality and its impact on employees’ health and productivity.
Optimizing a building’s air quality requires a comprehensive approach, but it does not have to be overwhelming.
We would be happy to evaluate your building and your specific needs to design a solution to address any of your concerns.
The indoor air quality of your building depends on having the proper fresh air ventilation. This helps reduce the concentration of indoor air pollutants.
There are three primary indoor air pollutants:
Having the proper type of filter is key to improving indoor air quality. EMC recommends pleated filters as an upgrade to standard filters. The higher the filter MERV rating, the more efficient the filter is at capturing small particles such as dust, dander, and pollen.