June 4, 2018
Maintaining client indoor air quality can have measurable benefits—Awair Business can help you increase your property value and energy savings.
Earn up to an additional 25% sales on your real estate developments.
Charge premium rent for wellness certified assets
Increase cost savings: save up to $15,500 per employee per year.
Improve performance: employee productivity and cognitive ability can increase by up to 50% for both open and closed floor plans
Increase employee attendance: Lower absence rates by 35% by maintaining a healthy and safe environment.
Awair helps real estate businesses track indoor air pollution at commercial properties and empowers them to create safer and healthier environments for patrons. To learn how Awair can help you earn a green building certification and gain a competitive edge, follow the link below.
In offices and schools, irritating noise can come from all kinds of sources: air conditioning, ringing phones, traffic, nearby construction and – most especially – from other people’s conversations. Ambient noise can make it hard for employees and school children to concentrate and get things done. Productivity can plummet Noise can affect the health and productivity of your workspace. Based on a study by Cornell University, increased illness and lower job satisfaction are associated with the negative impact of noise. Although background noise can drown out distractions, too much noise can cause stress and undermine short term memory, reading comprehension, and willingness to help or engage with others.
Did you know that Awair’s indoor air quality (IAQ) monitors use state-of-the-art technology to measure air quality factors that impact your overall health and well-being? By paying attention to your IAQ, you can reduce allergy symptoms, improve your sleep quality, and feel better anywhere you spend time indoors. When air quality factors are collectively measured together, an Awair Score appears on the app ranging from 0 to 100. Zero represents poor air quality and 100 indicates healthy air quality.
Building health safety has always been important, but it has never received as much public attention as it is getting now. A big part of that attention is focused on indoor air quality (IAQ). People are becoming increasingly aware that ventilation, air filtering, and IAQ are leading factors in measuring the safety of a space, especially for re-entry. In addition, managing building air quality: