Indoor air has been found to be 1-5 times more polluted than the air outdoors. Poor Indoor Air Quality can lead to a variety of health problems such as asthma, headaches, dry eyes, nasal congestion, nausea, and fatigue. Certain paints, … Continue reading
Tag Archives: indoor air quality
If school facilities affect learning, why do so many schools have a dated approach to the cleaning of their buildings? Through the implementation of green cleaning, schools have the opportunity to directly influence the health and safety of their students … Continue reading
Have you ever felt like you were quite literally allergic to work? If you answered yes, you may be the victim of Sick Building Syndrome. In certain situations unknown stimuli causes occupants of specific buildings to experience an allergic-like reaction … Continue reading
Invented in WWII, High Efficiency Particulate Air filters were used in laboratories to prevent harmful radioactive particles from escaping. Commonly known as HEPA filters, these can be found in not just air filtration systems but also in vacuum cleaners. The … Continue reading
Having carpets in the home and in the office can greatly benefit the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). New research shows that if carpets are properly maintained and cleaned on a regular schedule, they can actually improve the IAQ of a … Continue reading
It is about that time of year when allergies start affecting those who suffer from them. When an office isn’t cleaned properly a large amount of allergens tend to collect. An allergen is a small particle that can cause irritation … Continue reading
The open house went extremely well and I am very pleased with how the building turned out. We heard three hundred positive comments about the building. Definitely thank your people for me; they all did a very professional and outstanding job, from Chris to Dan and the couple that clean the building and the carpet cleaners, everyone stepped up and I/we here at Melink are very grateful for your support. This event would not have been as successful without all of your outstanding work. Thanks again.