INDOOR AIR QUALITY (IAQ)
OUR INDOOR AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT WILL DETERMINE HOW THE FUNCTIONALITY OF YOUR EQUIPMENT IS OPERATING SO THAT YOU HAVE PEACE OF MIND REGARDING YOUR CONDITIONED AIR SPACES.
MANAGING IAQ REGULATIONS CAN BE DIFFICULT
Various factors, such as building design, ventilation systems, and occupant behavior, can make it challenging to maintain consistent and healthy air quality levels.
Additionally, the diverse needs and preferences of building occupants further complicate the issue.
Keep your building safe!
Notwithstanding the health concerns of air quality, a well-maintained duct and air distribution system extends the life, efficiency, and throughput of any modern HVAC system.
Our cutting-edge solutions are designed to guarantee that the air in your building meets today’s health standards.
Our Indoor Air Quality assessment will determine how the functionality of your equipment is operating so you have peace of mind regarding your conditioned spaces.
We can identify and conduct:
- Potential areas of moisture saturation resulting in mold and other growths
- Microbial Surface Sampling with Independent Laboratory Analysis
- Controlled Air Sampling
- Comprehensive reports on contaminants
- Other areas of concern
Indoor Air quality FAQ
As experts in indoor air quality (IAQ), we possess the necessary training and expertise to enhance ventilation and control humidity within your facility, ensuring the purification of the air your employees, customers, and occupants breathe.
What things do you consider when creating an indoor air quality plan?
Cox-Powell is ready to partner with you to assess, create, and deliver the right IAQ plan for your facility. This starts by asking the right questions and using the latest data and recommendations of accredited organizations such as ASHRAE, EPA, and the CDC.
Things will ask:
System Design – Is your building configured and used in the same manner as it was originally designed? Do humidity levels get above 60%?
Equipment Installation – Was your HVAC equipment installed correctly? During assessments, we often find ductwork not sealed properly, outside air dampers closed, and condensate drains not piped correctly.
Maintenance – Are your HVAC systems properly maintained? If not, this can lead to poor IAQ, rising energy and repair costs, and lower efficiency.
Operations – Are system setpoints for heating, cooling, ventilation, humidity, and night setback optimal? Making small adjustments can help with improved comfort and higher efficiency.
Filtration – Are both active and passive filtration being utilized?
What are common contaminants?
Common contaminants include:
- Dust and Mold
- Gases and Smoke
- Outdoor Pollutants
- Foul Odors
Committed to safety
We follow OSHA guidelines to ensure safe work practices, protect personnel, and reduce exposure to hazards.
“Exceptional is not a stretch to describe your service and team. You are true to your word and philosophy. It shows in the people I have interacted with that work for you. Today’s facility management is so much about partnering with service providers. Thank you for all that you and your company provide to ours.”
-H.D. Brown, Norfolk Botanical Garden
Assessments and Proactive Service Will Give You Peace of Mind
Indoor Air Quality Assessments allow you to be prepared and have full working knowledge of your air quality.
Regularly scheduled maintenance plans ensure your building or facility is “breathing” comfortable and healthy air. Find out if your facility is eligible for funding of HVAC improvements and IAQ projects!