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How to Improve Air Quality Indoors: A Facility Manager's Guide

Why should you learn how to improve air quality in your facility?   Poor indoor air quality is linked to disease, mortality. When considering the amount of pollutant-generating activities that…


[Feature Update] How qlair is combatting mold in at-risk buildings

Mold is Everywhere Studies have shown that at least 34 percent of buildings experiencing poor indoor air quality (IAQ) have issues with mold. However, mold is a fungus that can grow pretty much…


How to Improve Your HVAC Efficiency and Go Green

Optimize Your HVAC Efficiency to Save Time, Money, and Energy   Why you should start by optimizing your HVAC efficiency (and not something else) The heating, ventilation, and air…


20 Facilities Management Strategies to Reduce Operating Costs

The qlair team has compiled our top facilities management strategies to reduce operating costs, save energy, and optimize maintenance protocol. You can take a look at these money-saving tips below:…


Turn Your HVAC Product Offering Into An End-to-End Solution

To companies offering products or services or data to customers in the HVAC industry: Utilize partnerships to provide all three.   Customer Success Story We approached Tri-Dim Filter…


Improving Air Quality for Hospitals

Background Proper indoor air quality management can save your hospital thousands in energy every year, while making your indoor environment healthier and increasing employee performance. Savings for…


New Features for qlair

In 2018, we had the privilege of piloting qlair with all types of facilities, including universities, gyms, assisted living facilities, and farms. During that time, we asked for lots of…


The Impact of Building Air Systems on Ventilation Quality

Air Quality Uncertainty Air pollution is the fourth greatest cause of death worldwide, with 92% of the world’s population breathing air deemed unsafe by the World Health Organization. But while…


"9 foundations of a healthy building" is a great start

Originally posted on TreeHugger. By Lloyd Alter Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health keeps it simple and short. For the last few years we have been going on about The Healthy Home, as we become…