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2 Indoor Air Quality Tips to Help Keep Your Employees Healthier this Flu Season
Thursday, January 24, 2019
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Can commercial services help boost your employees’ productivity this winter?

What do commercial services have to do with cold and flu season? Well, if we’re talking about the health of your employees, they can have a big impact. One of the biggest factors in staying healthy is the quality of your indoor air. To keep everything, and everyone in your business humming along, take a look at two indoor air quality tips that can help keep your employees healthier this winter.

Tip #1: Ensure Regular HVAC Service

The best way to keep your indoor air clean is with regular HVAC services from your commercial services professionals. When your neglect your system, the filter can get dirty and clogged, the components won’t run as effectively as they should, and the whole system can’t function at its peak. Not only will this make your system less effective and efficient, but it will negatively impact the quality of the air in your office or business. When the air isn’t clean, the occurrence of colds and flu goes up. Bacteria and viruses can circulate and recirculate throughout the whole space, causing illness and bringing productivity to a halt.

Tip #2: Bump Up the Humidity

When the air gets dry in the winter, that’s when viruses thrive and spread. Viruses and bacteria love the cold, dry air and can do the most damage in those conditions. When you include a humidifier in your HVAC system, you can keep the relative humidity where it should be inside, even if it’s cold and dry outside. This can help nip illness in the bud and keep your employees healthier throughout the winter.

Your indoor air quality is essential for the health and well-being of your employees, especially in the winter. Contact the commercial services team at G+S to find out how you can do more to keep it clean and avoid the flu at your business.

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