Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Improving IAQ in the New Normal

When it comes to health and infection control in today’s buildings, a layered approach is essential—and indoor air quality is a key component. Read about the role of IAQ, ways to get started and how HVAC experts at Carrier can help.

4 Ways to Improve IAQ and Your Property’s Bottom Line

Indoor air quality has become an indispensable concern for building owners and occupants, especially as we know more about the potential negative health effects of exposure to volatile chemicals, particulate matter, emissions and other air impurities.

Beyond a Whiteboard: Markerboard, Living Wall, Game Changer

Whiteboards are boring. This new MIX line transitions a markerboard into a multi-purpose furniture line. The boards can serve as space dividers, biophilic walls, acoustic panels or even a game of PLINKO. Check out what Adrian Thompson from interiors+sources found at NeoCon 2019.

Tips for Indoor Painting Projects in Occupied Buildings

If you need to complete a touch-up or repaint inside—while your building is still in use—consider these best practices to make it less disruptive for tenants, from choosing low-VOC products to working while tenants are busy elsewhere.

Editors’ Choice Money-Savers: System 4500 Windows and Doors

REHAU’s System 4500 windows and doors provide a number of valuable benefits to facilities managers and building owners. Among them are thermal performance and versatility. This product is also an affordable way to let in daylight and fresh air without the potentially costly pitfalls posed by other window materials.