How Professional Cleaners Improve Indoor Air Quality

How Professional Cleaners Improve Indoor Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality can affect your employees’ health, result in staff absences, and reduce your business’ efficiency. Employers are also legally required to provide a healthy and safe workplace as well as ensure enclosed workplaces are sufficiently ventilated.

ICE Cleaning is a specialist cleaning company that offers a range of services that can elevate your indoor air quality including air quality testing, mould remediation, and duct cleaning. Its technicians are available nationwide and can work +outside of your operating hours to minimise disruption.

Keep reading to find out how cleaners can enhance the air quality in your workplace.

Indoor air quality testing

Professional cleaners first need to determine what is causing the air quality to be so poor before they can rectify it. They will have specialist technology to monitor air quality and pinpoint the issue whether it be dust, mildew and mould, a tobacco odour, your central heating, or something else.

A cleaning company may also provide the cleaning services alongside professional air quality testing to tackle the cause, such as mould remediation, duct cleaning, and odour removal.

Mould remediation

Mould can have a serious impact on your air quality. It produces an unpleasant, musty odour and releases mould spores which could cause an allergic reaction and even trigger asthma attacks.

Professional cleaners will have the specialist equipment to remove the spores from the surfaces and the air, and eliminate the mould from your property. ICE Cleaning’s technicians can diagnose the cause of the mould, too, so you can find ways to stop it coming back in the future.

Duct cleaning

Air ducts can collect lots of dust and other harmful contaminants overtime including pet dander, mould spores, bacteria, and pollen. It can also recirculate unpleasant smells like smoke odour and chemical fumes from things like paint or cleaning products.

Duct cleaners can get rid of all the dust, debris, and particles circulating in the property using extraction devices and manual techniques, and then disinfect the ducts.

Odour removal

Some smells are not just off-putting to your employees, they might put people’s health at risk, too. Cigarette smoke odour, for example, indicates the presence of thirdhand smoke in a property.

Thirdhand smoke consists of the pollutants that settle in a home when tobacco is smoked and usually contains harmful substances, like nicotine and formaldehyde. It can last for several months in a property and is very difficult to remove as it penetrates deep into soft surfaces, like furniture.

Cleaning’s technicians will have the specialist equipment to remove all the thirdhand smoke from hard and soft surfaces, and make your property safe again. They are fully trained in a broad range of professional cleaning services and are available nationwide, 365 days a year.

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