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Keep Your Customers and Employees Happy With Quality Indoor Air

January 13, 2019

It is important to ensure that you have good air quality in your Raleigh, North Carolina, business. You don’t want your employees and customers getting sick while they’re supporting your business. Adding special indoor air filters, purifiers, cleaners, and humidifiers will help make your building cleaner and those who work in it healthier. Let’s take a look at three systems that can improve the indoor air quality of your commercial business.

Air Purifiers and Cleaners

If your employees or customers are complaining about frequent headaches, stuffy noses, allergy flare-ups, or dry eyes, it is likely that your building’s indoor air quality is not up to par. Stale and dirty air can cause people to get sick and employee productivity to drop. Air cleaners and purifiers capture harmful pathogens and trap dirt, dust, and pollutants before they enter your building. Purified air will help your employees and customers stay healthy.

Energy Recovery Ventilators

To keep the air fresh for your employees and customers, you should consider installing an energy recovery ventilator in your building. These systems vent stale air from the building and bring in fresh air. They also remove odors, chemical vapors, and naturally occurring gases that are frequently found in tightly sealed buildings. Clean, fresh air will keep your employees and patrons happy.

Humidifiers

During the winter, when your heating system is running constantly, the air inside your building can become uncomfortably dry. People may start to experience irritated nasal passages, headaches, itchy eyes, and dry, chapped skin. Very dry air can also cause static electricity to build up, which can be harmful to sensitive electronics and irritating to your customers and employees. Humidifiers add a slight amount of moisture to the air to prevent the buildup of static electricity and make everyone much more comfortable.

Give us a call at Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating & Electrical Company, Inc. and ask about installing indoor air quality systems for your commercial business. Contact us at 919-246-5801.

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