Wisconsin Workers Deserve Safe and Clean Air
Control the Indoor Air Quality at your Oconomowoc Area Business
Keeping your industrial facility clean does more than improve the appearance of the building; it actually keeps your workers healthy. However, many businesses do not realize their air is dirty and making their workers ill. Air Quality Controllers offers industrial overhead highlight cleaning and vacuuming services to help your building stay clean from top to bottom.
Poor indoor air quality from debris or contaminants leads to headaches, fatigue, and trouble concentrating. It can also cause irritation to the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs. Some symptoms may present like an allergic reaction, including runny nose, coughing, and congestion.
Specific contaminants like dust, mold, and chemicals can lead to diseases after prolonged exposure. Employees with asthma may have trouble breathing and other lung conditions might be aggravated by the poor air quality. Known as Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), a building with bad indoor air quality may cause employees to experience multiple symptoms.
Removing Contaminants through Industrial Vacuuming Services
Air Quality Controllers has specialized equipment to clean the hard-to-reach places in your facility where dust and debris gathers. Our trained technicians are able to work efficiently to minimize interruptions to your work. You won’t have to worry about delays with our expert cleaners.
Our commercial duct cleaning service will keep your air clean as it circulates through the building. Our NADCA-certified specialists will also inspect your duct system for damage as they clean, ensuring everything is in perfect order.
Cleaning Up Asbestos, Mold, Diesel Exhaust, and More
While new buildings do not use asbestos for insulation, the material is sometimes present in older locations. Spores from mold can float in the air long after the original fungi has been removed, settling in ceilings, vents, and air conditioning systems. If your facility does regularly use vehicles, diesel exhaust can lead to poor air quality. CO2 from gas engines and other machines can also poison the body if breathed in for even a short amount of time. All of these factors can contaminate the air at your industrial building, leading to health problems for your workers.
OSHA recommends the cleaning of air ducts and vent systems to remove mold and other air contaminants from industrial buildings. Air Quality Controllers will remove the dust and debris safely. The cleaner your facility, the healthier your employees will be.
Signs of Occupational Asthma
For workers with asthma, poor indoor air quality can worsen their symptoms. There are even cases of occupational asthma occurring, where constant exposure to the harmful contaminants in the air makes employees develop asthma.
Symptoms of asthma include:
Tightness of chest
Shortness of breath
Using protective equipment is not always enough to prevent illness from poor air quality. Breathing through masks might stop some debris, but it can still add up over time. Industrial cleaning from Air Quality Controllers is the only way to really get rid of hard to reach dust at your job.