Survey Reveals Worrying Link Between Poor indoor Air Quality And Heart Disease
A study carried out by the National Institute for Health & Welfare, has highlighted the impact of indoor allergens on disease & life expectancy.
Feb 17, 2015
In April 2013, the Government introduced the controversial ‘under occupancy rule’ to housing benefit as part of its welfare reforms. Claimants with one extra bedroom could lose 14% of their housing benefit whilst those with two extra bedrooms face losing 25% of their housing benefit. Many people have found themselves in a position where they can’t afford to pay the shortfall, increasing the risk of rent arrears and eviction. It’s a vicious circle that could end up costing housing providers a stack of cash, which in turn will effect their cash flow.
Jul 27, 2014
Noisy ‘annoying’ fans in commercial premises usually get switched off, which means there is no ventilation for the building at all, creating poor indoor air quality. So much so, that this can even go some way to reducing the productivity of a workforce or discouraging your customers from visiting your premises.
Jul 10, 2014
There’s always a bit of excitement in the air when the New Year arrives, it’s a time for change, new challenges and a chance take stock of things. Many of us will have made new resolutions to improve our health or our home life; others will be looking at ways to improve their career prospects and increase their own income through new employment, education or training.
Jun 25, 2014
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