How optimizing your school’s HVAC system can help address health risks.
As a school district leader, we know you’re facing numerous challenges and questions around when to reopen your school and how to do it safely. Like you, we want to put the well-being of our kids and teachers first. We’ve been serving school districts for decades. We’re here to partner with you and support you no matter where you are in this complex journey.
This brings the importance of indoor air quality to the forefront of the conversation as schools look at ways to address health risks. Along with implementing social distancing, utilizing PPE and disinfecting surfaces, optimizing your school’s HVAC systems can help improve the quality of the air students are breathing. And restore confidence that holistic measures are being taken to enhance air quality safety as schools reopen.
Our 55 years of expertise managing and improving indoor air quality can provide you with the science-backed information you need to leverage your school’s HVAC systems within your learning environment. An IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) Assessment from Brady will provide a data-driven analysis and fact-based numbers showing how well your school’s HVAC systems meet best practices in four key measures of indoor air quality.
Cleaner air for more confident students, teachers and parents.
Investment in a cleaner indoor air of a school provides both short and long-term benefits to the learning environment.
Understand your school’s conditions using a fact based, science driven IAQ Assessment. The assessment will provide a comprehensive report of current conditions, recommended changes to meet industry guidelines and documented proof of improvements implemented.
As you prepare to reopen your buildings, we recognize you have a lot of questions. Indoor air quality suddenly matters more than ever. Energy efficiency and sustainability have always mattered. But improving and enhancing building performance requires experience and hands-on expertise. We turn insights and data into an action plan you can move on immediately. So you can plan to reopen your building with confidence— and make it more resilient for tomorrow.