Building Readiness for Air Quality
Prepare your building to support your workforce with our indoor air quality services.
Is your workforce getting ready to return from working remotely? If they are, you need to prepare your building and HVAC system to produce good quality air for them. Our air quality services ensure that your HVAC system produces clean, healthy air in your facility’s indoor environments.
When we prepare your HVAC system to help sustain your returning workforce, we perform building air quality testing. Our tests determine what your current IAQ is so we can make improvements. We also offer the following services and products:
We install bipolar ionization mechanisms in your commercial HVAC system to remove indoor air pollutants from your facility’s environment. The BPI mechanism uses electric voltage to turn oxygen molecules into charged particles that attach to airborne contaminants and deactivate them. Once the oxygen molecules become positively or negatively charged atoms, they remove bacteria, mold, and viruses from your facility’s air to keep your occupants healthy.
We install UV lighting systems called ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) systems in commercial facilities. These systems aim ultraviolet-C rays near the ceiling to kill germs, bacteria, and other harmful air contaminants. A UVGI system performs continual HVAC maintenance by removing these particles from the air.
We clean your HVAC equipment to improve your building’s overall IAQ. If your equipment isn’t clean, it can build up dust, dirt, and mold that can circulate throughout your facility. Equipment cleaning services remove that dirt, mold, and dust before it has a chance to enter the air and harm your occupants’ health.
We change out your air filters and purifiers to remove pollutants that have built up in them over time. These services improve your indoor air quality sustainability. That means they help you sustain good IAQ for long periods of time in your building.
Your air ducts can accrue dirt and debris just as much as your air filters, air purifiers, and HVAC equipment can. We connect you with our local Delaware duct cleaning services that remove sources of pollution from your ventilation system. Clean ducts improve occupants’ health and comfort.
We help our customers in Delaware access disinfection services that prevent bacteria and viruses from growing in their ducts. Duct disinfection prevents your workforce from catching airborne illnesses that circulate through your ventilation system.
Reach out to us today to schedule indoor air quality testing and other building readiness-related HVAC tasks.
It’s best to form a building readiness team to prepare your facility for employees again. ASHRAE recommends that this team should include a test and balance company, a commissioning company, and a building automation company along with a general contractor, an HVAC (mechanical) contractor, and an electrical contractor. We want to be the Delaware HVAC contractor who helps you build this team and get your building ready for your entire workforce’s return.
Yes, certain employees should join your new team. For example, your facilities manager should join the team to ensure you follow the guidelines and recommendations that your contractors and other outside companies provide. Any building operators on your staff should also join the team to fulfill any new requirements that the team’s outside parties give you. Overall, your facility’s most essential team members should be on the building readiness team to ensure your workplace is safe to work in and prepared for employees returning to work.
Yes. For example, our ductwork services can resolve any ventilation problems your building readiness team finds. We can fabricate new pieces of ductwork that fit your building’s design and engineer and install them for you. Similarly, we can retrofit your HVAC system to use new components and controls that improve system performance. These retrofits also reduce energy consumption throughout your building, which you see reflected in lowered energy costs. Overall, we have the skills and capabilities to prepare your facility to welcome all your employees back.