Despite your best efforts, it may not always be possible to completely avoid the illnesses that are going through the office.  While illnesses can occur occasionally, what if you consistently feel unwell while working? It’s conceivable that the symptoms you and your coworkers are experiencing are being caused by the air quality at your office.

A “sick building” is one out of every four structures in the US, and the consequences might be more severe than you might expect.

Sick Building Syndrome: What is it?

Sick Building Syndrom is characterized as “situations in which building occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, but no specific illness or cause can be identified.” Even healthy people may have certain negative side effects from being in a sick building, such as headaches, fatigue, inflamed eyes, and headache pain or eye discomfort.

Depending on a person’s susceptibility to airborne allergens, the intensity and symptoms of Sick Building Syndrome may differ from one person to the next. Some people may not experience any immediate effects from breathing filthy air, but over time, it might lead to respiratory conditions.

Inadequate ventilation, chemical pollutants, or an accumulation of allergens are just a few of the factors that might contribute to sick building syndrome. These allergens include, for instance: dust mites, pollen, and mold

These containments can amass in the air ducts of office buildings, where they are then blown about and dispersed throughout the structure as a result of airflow. As a result, allergens and air pollutants are continually exposed to those within the structure.

Regular and thorough air duct cleaning is a way to resolve or, better yet, prevent this problem.

We are here to assist you in maintaining a safe and healthy work environment since we specialize in commercial air duct cleaning and sanitation.

Make an appointment for an estimate and choose the top business in the Chicago region to clean your property.

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