Advantage Airtech Commercial Ltd. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘commercial ventilation’

Commercial Ventilation in Early Spring

Monday, March 16th, 2020

commercial-lobby-with-vents-ductsProper ventilation for a commercial facility is essential, regardless of the type of facility. Ventilating a space is required to allow for proper humidity balance (which can make or break process for many businesses), healthy conditions for workers and employees, control of mold and mildew issues, mitigation of allergens, and reduction of dust and other contaminants that can cause damage to machinery.

Early spring is a tricky time for ventilation, as the weather begins to shift between warm and cold, and facilities deal with the need for both commercial cooling and commercial heating in Toronto, ON. Indoor air quality in a commercial facility can lower rapidly during spring if the ventilation system isn’t kept in proper shape, the ventilation system is outdated, or the wrong type was installed.

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Proper Commercial Ventilation Is Critical for Indoor Air Quality

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

commercial-ventWe offer numerous commercial HVAC services in Richmond Hill, ON and throughout the Greater Toronto Area. When people think of commercial HVAC, they usually focus on the “H” and “AC” parts, heating and air conditioning. It’s true that a huge part of what we do is helping commercial and industrial facilities maintain proper indoor temperature control, both for comfort and to facilitate process and protect equipment.

But let’s focus for the moment on the “V” part, ventilation. A vital service we offer for commercial and industrial companies is commercial indoor air quality. Indoor air quality is about the air customers and employees breathe, the dust contamination that can damage machinery, and the shifts in humidity that can affect both people and equipment. Better indoor air quality is essential for most facilities, and there are many methods we use to improve IAQ, such as powerful air filters, electronic air purifiers, dehumidifiers, and humidifiers.

That “V” is critical. A facility without proper ventilation will end up with poor indoor air quality no matter what. Depending on the building or facility, it can even lead to a dangerous work environment.

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