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As a landlord, property manager, or building owner you work hard to ensure your properties are safe, secure, and comfortable. However, buildings and the building occupants are subject to outside forces and continuous change.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) up to 21 million employees are exposed to poor indoor air quality, in the United States. Several major office buildings have recently made headlines by being diagnosed as "sick buildings." Researchers have suggested that symptoms of “sick building syndrome” (SBS) result from a complex, hard-to-study blend of pollutants that affects individuals differently. At a New York office used by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 700 workers were relocated because of high levels of carbon monoxide. At Boston's Suffolk County Courthouse, a fume-emitting waterproofing compound caused over 800 employees to move to elsewhere. And in Washington, D.C., mold problems and poor ventilation created problems in the Department of Transportation's headquarters.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), up to 30% of new and remodeled buildings worldwide contain enough pollutants to make workers ill. Asbestos, radon, and environmental tobacco smoke can cause lung cancer or chronic pulmonary disease. Pollutants like volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and bioaerosols might be causing equally hazardous indoor environments. Scientists have identified more than 1,500 indoor air pollutants from building materials, furnishings and contents.

Benefits of Using Our Services to Owners:

  • Reduce operating costs
  • Prevent occupant turn over
  • Limit liability
  • Protect the value of your property
  • Improve and enhance occupant relations

Benefits of Using Our Services to Facilities Managers:

  • Reduce operating costs
  • Protect the value of your property
  • Improve and enhance occupant relations

Benefits of Using Our Services to Tenants:

  • Limit worker exposure issues
  • Compliance with OSHA and other regulatory agencies
  • Improve worker productivity

Contact Us

Restoration Consultants, Inc.
3284 Ramos Circle
Sacramento, CA 95827

Phone: 916.736.1100
Fax: 916.736.1134

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Links of Interest

The Healthy Home NetworkIf you are a member of the general public, concerned about the indoor air quality of your home (mold, chemicals, allergens, etc.) please visit our Healthy Home Network website.

 

The Cleaning and Restoration AssociationRestoration Consultants is a proud member of the Cleaning & Restoration Association.