Our standard and enhanced air quality tests are suitable for all types of private and public buildings. Whether you are reopening a government building as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted or you are planning to restart lending services at a local library, Cleanair UK can help you to prepare. Our air tests measure the levels of particulate matter present in indoor environments, providing organisations with the information they need to fine-tune their air conditioning and air treatment systems to meet HSE, CIBSE and BSRIA guidelines. From temperature and relative humidity measurements, to airborne fungal and bacterial analyses, our standard tests furnish building managers with all the details they need to make any necessary adjustments.
If you opt for an enhanced air quality test for your building, ozone, nitrogen oxide, total dust particulates and volatile organic compounds will also be measured. Enhanced tests are a good choice for organisations that wish to take every precaution when opening their building to the public again. If you are not sure which type of test is the best option for your organisation, please feel free to call and speak to us at any time. We are always happy to provide objective advice and recommendations to prospective clients.
As air hygiene specialists, we are ideally placed to assist private individuals, companies and local authorities with the important task of measuring air quality in buildings that will soon be open to the public once again. Indoor air quality has always been important but the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the topic into sharp focus, which has led to increased demand for services such as those we provide. Many new service providers are likely to appear but for air quality testing you can rely on completely, an experienced and well established environmental hygiene specialist such as Cleanair UK is your best bet.
There is a lot of talk these days about indoor air quality and how accurate and important testing for it is. As we all know, we can’t always tell how good our air quality is by the weather outside — the weather can be quite different in a different part of the country or even neighbouring cities or countries. So how do you test indoor air quality, and what do you need to know?
In buildings, the primary objective is to control the environment that you and your employees will be exposed to. Since you and your colleagues breathe in this air on a near-daily basis, it’s important to know whether it’s safe or worrisome. And if there is an issue, you need to know what steps to take to control it.
But before you can control your work environment, it is important that you have a comprehensive testing program in place for indoor air quality testing. Of course, you should do this testing on an ongoing basis, but more than likely your test program will include a regular indoor air quality test.
Most of the testing you’d do with an indoor air quality test would be conducted with a small sample of air that is sent into a testing device. You’ll want to continue to do regular indoor air quality tests, as well as initial assessments with samples from the large population.
When you plan your indoor air quality testing program, it is important that you don’t overlook all the potential problems that could be found when doing such tests. For example, when you do your indoor air quality testing and send a small sample of air into the testing device, there will usually be two types of devices for analysis.
If you are handling your own testing, it can get very expensive. That’s why we encourage you to give us a call. We make it quick, easy, and manageable, allowing you to focus on other things in your workplace. We are happy to discuss the most suitable air quality test for your needs.
And if you have specifics that you’re concerned about and want us to address, you can trust that we will meet your needs. So if you are ready to discuss how we can assist you with our comprehensive and convenient air quality testing service, contact us today to get started.