Sick Building Syndrome – Indoor Air Quality and Allergens in the Workplace
No matter how often you clean and sanitize your place in Toronto. Sometimes it’s impossible to avoid the circulation of illnesses indoors. Sickness can arise from time to time. But what if you feel unwell every day while at the workplace? There is a possibility that the air inside the building is the cause of unpleasant symptoms for you and your colleagues. Nowadays, every fourth building can be classified as a “sick building”. The result of this can be more dangerous than you imagine.
What do we understand by a “Sick Building Syndrome”?
By Sick Building we understand the situation when employees have a steady increase in diseases occurring during their long-term stay inside the building. In the meantime, no disease can be diagnosed. Employees can be absolutely healthy but get certain symptoms and side effects including:
- Irritated eyes
- Lack of energy and concentration
The severity and signs of Sick Building can vary depending on employees’ sensitivity to airborne allergens. Polluted indoor air can affect people slowly causing more serious diseases with time.
What Do you think generates Sick Building Syndrome?
Sick Building Syndrome can be the reaction to poor ventilation, chemical contamination, or even a buildup of pollutants and allergens. Here are some of these allergens:
- Dust mites
A layer of these pollutants is accumulated inside the air ducts of an office or building and circulates there and back. As a result, the pollutants are blown around and distributed throughout the edifice. This circulation causes people inside commercial buildings Thornhill or industrial buildings in Toronto and across Canada to be permanently exposed to pollutants and allergens.
What is the cost of Sick Building Syndrome?
Sick Building Syndrome may become quite dangerous and cause more severe issues than just a stuffy nose. Statistics show that employees in Toronto, Ontario miss about 14 million working days a year because of asthma. We all do understand the problem arises because of polluted indoor air.
More than that there were identified some other figures:
- Companies loose almost 60 billion dollars in productivity because of poor indoor air quality.
- Sick Building Syndrome affects employees’ efficiency and productivity at their workplace. It of course, becomes a major loss for bosses in Canada. Combating sick building symptoms thorough regular HVAC cleaning and maintenance can lead to productivity gains (up to $10-30 billion), improve indoor air quality. And it will provide the employees with happier and healthier time at their workplace.
How can Duct Cleaning help?
The best and durable solution to prevent and combat Sick Building Syndrome is to make sure the ventilation system is maintained and cleaned on a regular basis. Here professional Sem’s duct cleaning comes to the rescue.
Sem’s Duct Cleaning in Toronto & GTA follows high standard procedures when it comes to air duct cleaning and customer support. With years of experience, continuing professional development, and certification of HVAC system cleaning, you can stay calm and rest assured that we will do a full examination and a proper plan of action to prevent the spread of allergens and will lessen the Sick Building Syndrome symptoms that employees may experience.
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Over more than 25 years of experience in the field of air duct cleaning, Sem’s experts have perfected their knowledge in order to provide high-quality service to each and every individual. We specialize in:
- residential duct cleaning,
- dryer duct and ventilation cleaning,
- air vent cleaning,
- central vacuum cleaning,
- post construction.
When hiring Sem’s Duct Cleaning, you can be sure to receive the same quality of service on your first, second or tenth visit. Our reputation speaks for itself. Count on our professionals and, in turn, you will get a cleaner and healthier home whether you live in Toronto or Burlington!
Let Sem’s Duct Cleaning help improve your indoor air quality and allow your loved ones to enjoy the surrounding beauty and the breath of each coming season!