Indoor air quality (IAQ) most often refers to the air quality within your home and non-industrial building structures such as schools, office buildings, other workplaces, governmental institutions, malls, and libraries.

IAQ can be of concern when there is inadequate air ventilation in a building, a furnace malfunction occurs, or outdoor pollutants enter the building through poorly designed fresh air intakes. Water leaks and condensation resulting in mold and other microorganisms inside the building or in the heating and ventilation system are also cause for concern. All of these can result in allergens, bacteria and gases circulating in your home or building air.

Genesee installs air filtration systems to remove up to 99.98% of all air airborn allergens. As part of Gensee’s commitment to being green, our heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems pay particular attention to all aspects of indoor air quality, from systems design to proper installation. We also make sure you understand your system, and we’re always here to answer your questions.

Learn more about IAQ at Wikipedia, or give us a call to schedule a consult.

For workplace indoor air quality concerns, more information is also available on the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries website: