When Indoor Air Quality Soothes Good Health Care

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As noted in numerous medical journals, hospitals, clinics and health care complexes are predisposed to airborne contaminants. Preventing the spread of infectious diseases and super bugs involves comprehensive planning for any medical facility. From diagnostic equipment, hygienic protocol for medical workers to air quality, so many factors influence a health care facilities infection rate.


Saint Louis Mechanical Contractor Reviews IAQ Remedies

Indoor air quality influences how a medical facility prevents, manages and controls the spread of airborne contaminants.

“We prescribe a variation of mechanical systems to enhance the indoor air quality of medical facilities in Jefferson County and Saint Louis. Because we review each case by case situation

Hoffmann Brothers Mechanical Contractors is licensed in the counties of Jefferson, St. Louis and St. Charles to provide its HVAC engineering design for local hospitals and medical facilities such as Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Concentra Medical Centers, St. Louis Children's Hospital, St. Anthony’s Medical Center and Mercy Corporate Health to name a few.

Our prescription for indoor air quality (IAQ) for hospitals, medical facilities and other commercial spaces involves a comprehensive audit of your building’s mechanical system. Because most facilities have distinct architectural qualities, we never prescribe a one size fits all mechanical HVAC remedy.

Sometimes, poor ventilation in a corridor or waiting room harbors bacteria and airborne contaminants. Some medical facilities suffer from temperature disparities, which can help aid in unhealthy IAQ.

Hoffmann Brothers Mechanical Contractors is the trusted specialist for pristine air quality in Jefferson County.

For the month of March, Hoffmann Brothers is donating a portion of their company’s proceeds to the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater St. Louis (CMN St. Louis). When your medical facility schedules maintenance during the month of March, you will be directly contributing to one of the most essential causes in greater Saint Louis area: giving local children a better chance to heal and grow.

Schedule your medical facility’s check up at 314.664.3536.