3 Ways to Prevent Sick Building Syndrome

January 13, 2015 Kit Heath

Reducing Symptoms of Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) Without The Cost

Contrary to popular belief, providing efficient ventilation, cooling, and heating, along with a safe, healthy, and comfortable working environment, doesn’t have to mean installing an expensive system or placing a conglomeration of different types of basket fans and panel aisle fans all around your facility that will eventually drive up your energy bills. And even still, Sick Building Syndrome runs rampant due to unventilated air—causing $7-$23 billion per year to the U.S. economy.

But what if you could keep your building comfortable year-round and reduce symptoms of Sick Building Syndrome with one integrated, cost-effective solution? Refer to the infographic below to see how HVLS large diameter fans, directional fans, and wind-driven exhaust turbines can improve your building’s comfort and with that your worker’s productivity.  Each fan provides benefits on its own, but each fan integrates seamlessly into a system with the others to give you the most bang for your buck.

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Contact Us to Learn More and Get Started

If you want to learn more about how these ventilation systems can reduce your energy bills and provide a healthier, safer environment for your employees, we can help. We’ll even give you a free consultation to determine what type of fan or combination of fans would best suit your specific needs. Call us at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message today and we can start developing a plan for you.

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