High humidity leads to growth of mold, mildew and bacteria; and therefore is considered as one of the top three factors that affect the quality of Indoor Air. Poor Indoor Air Quality leads to an increased incidence of health related symptoms, which in turn can lead to an increase in absenteeism and a loss of productivity.
The growth of mold and mildew in the buildings, may result in complaints from the occupants of these buildings, who suffer from various illness such as feeling of fatigue, headaches, irritations, allergies, nausea, dizziness, respiratory infections and many similar symptoms, commonly referred to as ‘Sick Building Syndrome’. Each time an occupant breaths, he inhales the mold toxic fungal spores that can even lead to severe asthma problems.
In Tropical Climates, where the temperature is hot and humid, this problem of high humidity is more prevalent. The buildings that are constructed in these areas need to take special measures to control humidity right from start.
It is also to be noted that mold growth may become visible only after considerable time when it has sufficiently settled itself. But once it starts, its remediation is neither easy nor cheap. Many organizations had to close down its operations, as mold growth due to high humidity, had made it impossible for the occupants to breath. Many other firms have lost huge money in law suits filed against them by the occupants of the building who suffered illness as the building owner did not take or ignored to take timely humidity control measures.
Forever, maintain a better indoor quality in your building air and never fear of shut down or law suits as a result of humidity. Don’t wait till it’s too late for you. Contact us today, for the most safe and reliable humidity control solution.