Your IAQ IQ can tell you a lot about how good you are at maintaining a clean, healthy indoor environment.
People have differing levels of IAQ sensitivity, so it’s important to take action when employees tell you they experience symptoms in the workplace.
There’s a common notion of a dust mite allergy, but what are your customers really allergic to, and how can you address it?
A beneficial side effect of treating an environment for mold is that you unintentionally treat many other IAQ problems as well.
When mold is found there are two ways to treat the problem: remediation or sanitation.
Mold hides everywhere. Check these four areas during your cleaning routines in order to find and address hidden mold.
Is it true that dilution is the answer to pollution in indoor air quality?
What should I look for in indoor air quality (IAQ) and mold training?
The IICRC emphasizes that even dead mold remains toxigenic and allergic. So, why would you want to leave dead mold in place?
Why can’t customers just get a better filter for indoor air quality problems? Here’s why.