Stale, dirty air
and fumes can lower employee efficiency and productivity,
and dirty HVAC systems cost more to operate. Clogged coils,
ductwork, and vents mean your air handlers have to work harder
to cool or heat your facility. That also means they will
probably break down sooner, requiring expensive repairs.
Congress, OSHA, and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
realize the problems caused by poor indoor air and are creating laws to require
building owners to ensure that the air in their buildings is clean.