Your Easy Button to Addressing Healthy Buildings

When you enter the doctor's office, do you take notice of how many people are coughing, or wonder how clean the air is in the building? What about at your office building, do you feel how hot or cool it is in the space? Do you change your mind on a restaurant if the lighting is too dim or if the music is too loud? Without thinking too much about it, many of our decisions are driven by Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ). As an occupant, we make decisions about where to go and what makes us feel safe, especially as the Omicron variant surges. We look to building owners to take precautions and address their Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

If you’re a building owner, our Boland team is here to act as your easy button. We’ll take care of your IEQ by performing an assessment and implementing solutions to help you better optimize your space.

To assess the health of your indoor space, we’ll take a look at the four elements of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ):

  1. Indoor air quality (IAQ)

  2. Thermal comfort

  3. Lighting

  4. Acoustics

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

The air quality in a building affects the health, comfort, and well-being of building occupants. That is why we address it in four steps: Exhaust, Dilute, Clean, and Contain.