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Indoor Environmental Quality

Summer Breaks and Humidity Control

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Don’t let the summer fun damage your building.

One of the biggest problems schools face on the east coast of the U.S. is humidity control when school is out for the summer. Many schools struggle with mold problems during the summer months, and these problems are directly related to the operation and maintenance of the HVAC system. Moisture control during summer break is essential whether or not the building is occupied. Read More

Ventilation System Problems

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Improper ventilation can significantly multiply the amount of indoor air contaminants in an office, but just opening the windows isn’t always the answer.

Proper ventilation depends on if the system processes are functioning properly.

In fact, buildings with high ventilation rates may suffer indoor air problems due to an uneven distribution of air, or insufficient exhaust ventilation. Read More