Condensation, Mould & Mildew and Dust Mites

IAQ History

Carbon Targets 2005 – 80% reduction by 2050 and 2019 recent changes 100% reduction net zero by 2050

IAQ Julie Riggs Standards

WHO 2010 Selected Pollutants
IAQUK Rating Index
BRE Protocol 450


  • Indoor air quality assessments using currently accepted guidelines on standards for indoor air quality including ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62-2001,Building Research Establishment (BRE) Protocol BR 450 , the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002 and The Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 .
  • Internal surveys of your ventilation systems to report on their condition and whether they are fit for purpose to supply sufficient uncontaminated fresh air to all served areas.We will tell you if in our opinion your systems require cleaning and disinfection and if they meet the requirements of  The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 in terms of their maintenance, ventilation rates and air temperature

Headaches, skin irritations and fatigue can result from short term exposure. Serious respiratory illnesses and cancer can develop from long term exposure and we are only just starting to understand the full implications of poor IAQ. Children and the elderly are particularly prone to indoor air quality related illnesses.

Indoor air pollution is a real threat to all of us which requires effective measures in order to be managed properly. From improved ventilation delivering smart and effective filtration and dilution/displacement to advanced purification and monitoring,Better Indoors can help you understand what may be causing your problem or recommend suitable products and solutions. We can even help you see what is in the air you are breathing. Call us and take the first step toward cleaner, healthier air for you and your loved ones.