Ventilation is the provision of free flow of fresh air to a room, building, etc and it has become a major necessity in our homes and offices.
Over the years a number of ventilation companies have grown as the need to reduce pollutants has grown as well recording that indoor air has up to 50% more pollutants than outdoor air as compared to in the past.
Due to the improved insulation trapping airborne pollutants created through everyday use inside the offices and work-floors, the pollutants can build-up over time and, in turn, affect the health and well-being of everyone working inside.
Indoor air pollution is linked to causing and worsening existing conditions, including:
However, perhaps more importantly in the workplace, it has been found that indoor air pollution has a negative effect on working practices. The most common side effects of poor indoor air quality are worsened concentration and productivity levels and increased fatigue.
It is important to ensure that there is suitable ventilation and free air circulation in your offices, as this will help to swiftly and effectively remove harmful pollutants. Reducing the level of air pollution within the office will help to improve the health, well-being and productivity and concentration levels of those working within the office as this brings a conducive working environment. This could be through simple extraction to commercial heat recovery units, ceiling fans or even the heavy duty industrial extractor fans either wind or electrical driven to suit your budget, so why wouldn’t you want to invest in proper ventilation for your workplace? At least you cannot say no.