Two Indoor Air Quality Tips to Protect Yourself from Pollen Allergies

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Discover how your local commercial services company can help to keep your indoor air clean and allergen-free.

Can your commercial services team help with pesky seasonal allergies? If you or anyone on your staff is prone to allergies, you’re all too aware of the different types of outdoor allergens like pollen that can trigger an attack. Those same allergens and others can also affect you indoors.

In addition to indoor pollutants like dust mites and pet dander, pollen comes inside as well. If you can make a few changes to the way you manage your office space, you can decrease the amount of pollutants in the air and improve the indoor air quality. Here’s how:

Tip #1: Have Your Commercial Services Company Perform an Air Quality Assessment

Your commercial services team can come to your office and take an air quality test to measure the amount of pollutants and allergens in the air, locating their source of origin. Once they do that, they can create a plan to help cleanse the air and keep it clean.

Tip #2: Prevent Pollutants from Getting Into and Circulating Throughout Your Workspace

You can eliminate many of the pollutants in your building by implementing a few cleaning/maintenance changes:Cut down on the use of wall-to-wall carpeting, opting instead for hard flooring and area rugs. You can commercially clean or wash these more easily than you can carpet.Use tools like dehumidifiers to help prevent the growth of mold.

Want to keep your business's indoor air quality as clean and allergen-free as possible? Speak to the commercial services team at G+S Heating, Air and Energy Services . Our indoor air quality experts are ready to go to work for your business.

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