Begin your return with confidence.
For a limited time, we are offering a free consultation to assess and build a customized plan based on your specific buildings and needs spanning:
INDOOR AIR QUALITY
- Overall building space pressure checked.
- Outside air meets guidance best practices.
- Filter ratings meet guidance best practices.
- Indoor air temperature and humidity meet guidance best practices.
- All temporary control settings are appropriate for current operations.
- Indoor air temperature set points meet guidance best practices.
- Indoor air humidity set points meet guidance best practices.
- Alarms are set up with proper communication paths.
- Disable demand control ventilation strategies; verify OSA dampers are working properly; keep OSA dampers open and system running 24×7 at min speed (do not shut OSA dampers during unoccupied times).
- Controls are programmed to have a 100% OSA flush strategy to be used prior to re-occupancy.
- Garage exhaust is programmed to run two hours before daily occupancy.
- Educational signage in place to remind facility staff on safe operations (e.g., PPE for filter changes and updated procedures for filter disposal).
- Touchless lighting and plumbing fixtures are installed with educational signage.
- Communication protocol in place with contacts for updates and emergency notifications.
- Filters are clean and properly installed with no air bypass potential.
- Condenser coils are clean.
- Evaporator coils are clean.
- Fan motors and assemblies are working properly.
- Occupant attempts to change air flow (e.g., blocked vents) are removed to eliminate stagnant air.
- Outdoor air and return dampers are operational.
- Heat recovery wheels are inspected for leakage and cross-contamination.
- Pumps are operational and in good working order.
- Drain pans and condensate drains are clear of obstruction and standing water.
- Visual and aural inspections are conducted for troubling noises, sounds, vibrations, and odors.
- Chemical treatment of cooling towers and loops verified.
- Water Management Plan developed and implemented to prevent legionella blooms.
- Water recirculation systems are operational and properly programmed.
- Run water fixtures and test water quality for appropriate chlorine, pH, and temperature levels before usage.
- All P and U traps are wet on plumbing drains.
- Domestic hot water generation and storage is set at or above 120ºF to prevent legionella blooms
Deliver the health, safety and assurance needed for your building occupants to return with confidence. Contact Jake Dreese at email@example.com or 614.554.0967 to get started.