The impact of indoor air quality is significant. Indoor air cleaning systems improve air quality, removes stale air, restores, humidity levels, and kills pathogens –  including bacteria, molds and viruses – that cause illnesses. With the general population spending more than 90% of our time indoors, the correlation between indoor air quality and long-term health is more important than ever before.

For those of us in the HVAC industry, understanding the implications of a poorly designed HVAC system is a must!   We are here to support you in your efforts to promote air purification, improve ‘fresh air’ levels, deliver clean air with high efficiency particulate capture, and promote the sterilization and disinfection of your indoor environment.

For proper air treatment, filtration, ventilation, and cleaning …

• MERV-Rated Filters & HEPA filters
• UV-C Lights
• Bi-Polar Ionization
• Trane Catalytic Air Cleaning Systems
• Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems

We encourage you to develop a proactive plan to see that your building is safe. LMS Building Systems is here to help.

Here is a list of important links to resources by leading industry experts that speak on this topic and more.

Your Building Can Make You Sick or Keep You Well
New York Times Dr. Joseph G. Allen, director of Healthy Building Building Program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

A Coronavirus Conversation with Dr. Stephanie Taylor
Engineering Systems: A Coronavirus Conversation with Dr. Stephanie Taylor By Stephanie Taylor, M.D., M. Arch, CIC

A Physician’s View. Using the Indoor Environment to Contain the Corona Virus Engineering Systems By Stephanie Taylor, M.D., M. Arch, CIC

Yale Study
Low ambient humidity impairs barrier function and innate resistance against influenza infection Eriko Kudo, Eric Song, Laura J. Yockey, Tasfia Rakib, Patrick W. Wong, Robert J. Homer, and Akiko Iwasak

We’re all in this together.

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