Whether you manage a small property or a 500-unit community, you understand the importance of providing residents and staff with a healthy environment. Indoor air quality (IAQ) not only plays a significant role in providing the best experience for those who live and work on your property, it can also positively affect the perception of your property. Use these tips to control indoor air pollution and help create a clean air environment for your residents and maintenance staff.
Control Indoor Air Pollution With Air Purifiers & Air Cleaners
Air purifiers help control germs, odors and pollutants in your units. Many are compact to fit in tight spaces, feature remote functionality for easy control and include odor-control features to create a fresh environment for residents.
Pair air purification system with air cleaners to help improve indoor air quality in your units and offices. High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) cleaners, filters and accessories remove up to 99.9% of airborne particles above a certain size. Most air cleaners include easy-to-replace HEPA filters and carbon filters that help control odors.
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Know Your Air Filters & Change Them Regularly
Air filters are a vital to the performance of any HVAC system, but their effectiveness depends on their quality, materials used and how often they’re changed. Replace your filters regularly to help reduce airborne debris build-up and keep the air in your units and offices clean.
Keep Surfaces & Floors Clean
Pesticides, dirt and other pollutants can be easily tracked indoors and end up on floors and surfaces like countertops. Placing floor mats at entrances and using microfiber cloths to wipe down surfaces can significantly reduce these contaminants. Mop regularly, using microfiber mops instead of traditional mops to more effectively capture lingering dust, allergens and other particles that make it past floor matting.