How to Improve the Air Quality of Your Building

Ensuring good air quality for your building can be quite a task. In recent years, indoor air quality, or IAQ, has been a priority for building management. But with the proper tools and knowledge one can discover the best ways to improve IAQ, and save money while still investing in modern and effective implementations.

What are some ways one can improve a building’s air quality without overspending?

In an episode of “10 Minutes to a Better Building,” host Michelle Dawn Mooney interviewed Josh Howell, the Commercial Territory Manager at Dynamic Air Quality Solutions, about the basics of indoor air quality and how companies and institutions can go about revamping their current systems to meet good indoor air standards.

Mooney and Howell also talked about …

  1. The long-term benefits of improving indoor air quality, particularly in schools and healthcare facilities
  2. Some of the present challenges when it comes filtering and upgrading
  3. What cost-effective solutions can mean for larger buildings, such as museums

“Our stuff’s built to last years with no maintenance — you put it in and you don’t touch it. Smithsonian African American museum has our VA product and they went six years without one dollar and one minute spent on changing filters, vice, five, six, seven changeouts a year for some facilities. I mean the savings there and just the burden we’ve taken off the owner, that’s what I see from a feedback loop that you really can’t even put a price on,” said Howell.

Josh Howell is the Commercial Territory Manager at Dynamic Air Quality Solutions. He’s been with the company since 2017 and is a graduate of the U.S. United States Naval Academy.

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