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Indoor air quality services are essential for maintaining employee well-being and regulatory compliance.

Robinsons Facilities Services can provide comprehensive indoor air quality monitoring, testing, and assessment solutions, protecting your business and enhancing workplace comfort. We offer fast and efficient response times across Yorkshire and the entire UK.

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Alternatively, if you’d like to learn more about our approach to indoor air quality testing, monitoring, and assessments, continue reading below to hear from our experts.

What Is Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)?

Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the condition of the air inside buildings, which directly impacts the health, comfort, and performance of occupants. 

Maintaining good IAQ is crucial for reducing health risks, enhancing productivity, and ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations, such as the Clean Air Bill and BS40102 (part 1). 

How Can Poor Indoor Air Quality Affect Health?

Poor IAQ can lead to a range of health issues, including headaches, fatigue, respiratory problems, and long-term conditions such as asthma and allergies. 

As an employer or building occupier, it’s your responsibility to address IAQ concerns to create a safe and healthy workplace.

Common Sources of Indoor Air Pollution

The most common sources of indoor air pollution include dust, mould, pollen, cleaning supplies, emissions from office equipment, and outdoor air pollutants. Identifying and mitigating these sources is key to maintaining a clean indoor environment.

Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Improving indoor air quality involves a combination of strategies aimed at reducing pollutants, enhancing ventilation, and maintaining clean air within the premises. 

Here are several effective methods to improve IAQ:

1. Enhance ventilation

Ensuring proper ventilation is crucial for maintaining good indoor air quality. This involves regularly checking and maintaining HVAC systems to ensure they are working efficiently. 

Increasing the flow of outdoor air into the building can help dilute indoor pollutants. Simple actions such as opening windows and doors when weather permits can significantly improve ventilation. 

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2. Use air purifiers

Air purifiers can be highly effective in removing contaminants from the air, including dust, pollen, smoke, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs ).

High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are particularly effective at trapping fine particles and allergens. Installing air purifiers in key areas of the building can help maintain a cleaner indoor environment.

3. Regular cleaning and maintenance

Regular cleaning helps reduce the accumulation of dust, mould, and other pollutants. This includes vacuuming carpets and upholstery with HEPA-filter vacuums, dusting surfaces, and cleaning air ducts

Keeping the building well-maintained prevents mould growth and the buildup of other harmful substances. 

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4. Control humidity levels

Maintaining optimal humidity levels (between 30-50%) is essential for preventing the growth of mould and dust mites. 

Using dehumidifiers in damp areas and ensuring proper ventilation in high-moisture areas like bathrooms and kitchens can help control humidity levels.

5. Monitor indoor air quality

Continuous monitoring of indoor air quality helps detect potential issues early and allows for prompt action. With advanced air quality monitors, you can keep track of pollutant levels and ensure they remain within safe limits. 

6. Implement an indoor air quality management plan

Developing and implementing a comprehensive indoor air quality management plan can help proactively address air quality issues. This includes regular monitoring, testing, and maintenance schedules, as well as educating employees about the importance of maintaining good air quality practices. 

We’ll work with you to design a bespoke Planned Preventative Maintenance contract which will help you achieve and maintain optimal IAQ.

Indoor Air Quality Services from Robinsons FS

The highly qualified team of air hygiene specialists at Robinsons Facilities Services have years of experience carrying out all types of indoor air quality services for businesses across Yorkshire and the UK.

Our services include

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Using advanced equipment, we continuously monitor air quality to detect pollutants and ensure a healthy environment. Our state-of-the-art monitors measure various pollutants, including particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon dioxide (CO2), and humidity levels. 

Continuous monitoring helps identify any changes in air quality in real time, allowing for prompt action to mitigate potential risks. This proactive approach is essential for maintaining a consistent and safe indoor environment.

Indoor Air Quality Testing

We perform thorough testing to identify specific contaminants, providing you with detailed insights and recommendations. Our testing services are designed to comply with all UK regulations and industry standards, ensuring accurate and reliable results. 

Testing can reveal the presence of pollutants that may not be immediately detectable, such as mould spores, chemical vapours, and other harmful substances. By understanding the specific air quality challenges within your building, we can tailor solutions to effectively address and eliminate these issues, ensuring a healthier workplace for everyone.

Indoor Air Quality Assessments

Our comprehensive assessments evaluate the overall air quality and offer actionable solutions to improve it. The assessment process includes:

  • inspecting the premises,
  • testing for a wide range of pollutants, 
  • identifying sources of contamination, and 
  • providing a detailed report with findings and recommendations. 

We follow the criteria set out in the BREEAM Hea 02 – Indoor Air Quality document and consider factors such as ventilation, building materials, and occupant activities. This allows us to develop a clear understanding of your IAQ.

Following the assessment, we offer practical solutions to enhance air quality, from improving ventilation systems to implementing air purification technologies.

Regular assessments help ensure ongoing compliance with health and safety regulations and provide peace of mind that your indoor environment is being maintained at optimal levels.

Get In Touch

Robinsons Facilities Services is here to ensure your business maintains the highest standards of indoor air quality, safeguarding the health and well-being of your employees and visitors.

For more information or to schedule a free consultation, call us at 01423 226578 or send us an enquiry.


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Indoor Air Quality FAQs

Indoor air quality refers to the condition of the air inside buildings. Good IAQ is essential for reducing health risks, increasing productivity, and complying with regulations.

Poor IAQ can lead to various health issues such as headaches, fatigue, respiratory problems, and long-term conditions like asthma and allergies.

Common sources include dust, mould, pollen, cleaning supplies, office equipment emissions, and outdoor air pollutants.

An indoor air quality assessment includes inspecting the premises, testing for pollutants, identifying sources of contamination, and providing a detailed report with recommendations for improvement.

It depends greatly on the building’s usage, but generally, we recommend annual testing or whenever there are noticeable changes in air quality or building renovations. Contact us for expert advice.

We use advanced air quality monitors that measure various pollutants such as particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon dioxide (CO2), and humidity levels.

The duration can vary based on the size of the building and the number of tests required, but typically it takes a few hours to a day.

Yes, all our tests comply with UK regulations and industry standards, ensuring accurate and reliable results.

We provide a detailed report with findings and recommendations. If needed, we can also assist with implementing air quality improvement measures.

Improvements can include enhancing ventilation, using air purifiers, regular maintenance of HVAC systems, and reducing sources of indoor pollutants.

You can typically expect to pay in the region of £300 – £3,000. However, the cost varies based on the specific services required, the size of the building, and the extent of testing needed. Contact us for a tailored quote.

Benefits include better health for occupants, increased productivity, lower absenteeism, compliance with health and safety regulations, and an overall improved indoor environment.

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