Are you aware of the impact of the indoor environment on our sense of well being?
Good indoor air quality provides a healthy and comfortable living environment, whilst poor indoor air quality can produce negative health effects - from headaches and dry eyes to nausea, dizziness, and fatigue.
In addition, some types of cleaning products - such as disinfectants and furniture polishes - can cause asthma, burns, permanent eye damage, major organ damage, and even cancer. In homes, schools, hospitals and office buildings, an environmentally and health friendly approach to cleaning significantly improves living and working conditions. In fact, it increases worker productivity and reduces absenteeism and medical/ insurance costs.
Our environmental specialist will give you qualified advice on improving your indoor environment.
He/she will identify:
Common causes of poor indoor air quality - e.g. water-damaged surfaces, deteriorating painted surfaces, condensation, poor ventilation, excessive dust mites - and how to prevent them;
The most appropriate cleaning methods for your indoor environment;
Health hazards in common cleaning chemicals and disinfectants, and how to minimise their use and exposure;
The safest and greenest cleaning products suitable to your specific home/ work environment;
Pest infestation and associated dangers.