What is in the Air that you Breathe?
Work environment, as well as at home and business, often require that people spend a majority of their time indoors. As a result, an individual’s long-term health and comfort are largely dependent upon establishing and maintaining good levels of indoor air quality.
The quality of the air you breathe is linked to many factors. For example, humans shed approximately 4 kilograms of skin per year. Much of this skin is transport by indoor air so will either go into your lungs or settle as household dust.
This is just one example of one aspect that can effect particulate levels within homes. This can be further increased if there are pets, carpets, paints, cleaning chemicals, air fresheners etc as they all create most indoor pollution.
With high levels of dust and other contaminants, there are high chances that Building Related Illness (BRI) and Sick Building Syndrome (SBI) will affect occupants. If you are a business then this could have a drastic effect on your worker productivity.
With 10 years of experience within the indoor air quality monitoring sector and with over 80,000Dhs in Indoor air quality monitoring equipment. We provide monitoring for both gaseous pollutants; Formaldehyde, Total Volatile Organic Compounds, Carbon Monoxide, 4-Phenyoxhexlene; Hydrogen Sulphide, Oxygen, Pentane and Particulate pollutants; Particulate Matter (PM) 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5 and 10.
Smashing! are a one- stop solution for the total improvement of your indoor air quality. We will take every client through a process of Inspection, monitoring and assessment and will recommend logical, proactive steps that homeowners and business owners can take to instantly improve their indoor air quality.
Smashing! are the only European managed, HVAC cleaning company that hold international IAQA, NADCA, TR19 and NFPA certification for the assessment of indoor air quality to international standards such as LEED, The world health organisation, Dubai Green Building Codes and Estidama guidelines.
Watch the video below for the NADCA guide to proper HVAC Duct cleaning