Indoor air pollutants are mostly invisible, which is why air quality assessments are important. We can determine what you may need to do in order to improve the air that you and your employees are breathing.
Symptoms of poor indoor air quality are very broad and can easily be mistaken for symptoms of other illnesses. Indoor air pollutants can cause coughing, congestion, eye and throat irritation, fatigue, and respiratory issues. Exposure to high levels of some pollutants, such as carbon monoxide can even result in death.