Commercial indoor air quality is just as important as residential indoor air quality. Commercial indoor air quality tends to be ignored just as much as residential indoor air quality. Though it is often a subtle thing, poor indoor air quality can have a substantial effect on the occupants of a commercial building.

If you want to make sure that your commercial indoor air quality is as high as possible, call Cooper Heating & Cooling, Inc. We offer comprehensive commercial indoor air quality services throughout Denver, CO and Colorado Springs, CO. Again, if you need an indoor air quality system installed or serviced, call today to schedule an appointment with one of our experts.

Air Purifier and Filtration Systems

Modern commercial buildings are designed to be as airtight as possible. This is primarily done to aid in maintaining climate control, which does help. However, it also cuts off most of the airflow into and out of the building. That has the side effect of trapping airborne contaminants in the ducts of the building.

Dust, dirt, pollen, dander, viruses, bacteria, and mold spores are just a few of the contaminants commonly found in a building’s air supply. Breathing in these contaminants over a long period of time can cause a wide range of negative health effects, from allergy attacks to the flu and worst. If you want to be as healthy and comfortable as possible at your office, you should install an air purifier or filter to address this issue.

There are many different kinds of air filters and purifiers on the market today. Air filters use fibers to trap contaminants as they flow through the building’s ducts. Ionization purifiers use clouds of ions to draw contaminants out of the air for disposal. UV air purifiers give off an ultraviolet light in order to sterilize any infectious organisms in the air. Talk to a professional about which air purifier solution would be best for your situation.

Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

In addition, Airborne contaminants aren’t the only thing you have to worry about when it comes to indoor air quality. Imbalanced humidity levels can also have serious effects on one’s health and comfort. Air that is chronically dry can weaken your body’s defenses against infection, making you more prone to getting sick.

Air that is too humid promotes mold growth and will make it more difficult for you to keep cool during hot summer days. If the air in your building is too dry or too moist, consider installing a humidifier or dehumidifier. We install and service both system types.

Call Us for Your Indoor Air Quality Needs

No matter what your indoor air quality needs are, you need to make sure that you have a professional contractor take care of them for you. Cooper Heating & Cooling, Inc. offers truly comprehensive commercial indoor air quality services throughout Denver, CO and Colorado Springs, CO.

To sum up, Whether you need a commercial indoor air quality system installed, repaired, maintained, or replaced, we can help you out. Call today to schedule an appointment with one of our indoor air quality experts. We’ll make sure that your commercial building’s air quality is as high as possible so that you can focus on more important issues.

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