Sick Building Syndrome has become more prevalent in buildings over the last 50 years. Builders realized they needed to become more energy efficient and prevent energy loss. This in turn made the buildings sealed in like an envelope and reduced frequent air circulation.
If you go to a building everyday for work and feel great on the way there but soon after starting the workday you feel; mental fatigue, headaches, dizziness, skin and throat irritation, or nausea this could be caused by a Sick Building.
It is important to have an assessment of the building done for possible Sick Building Syndrome. Common causes can range from inadequate ventilation, chemical contaminants or microbial growth. Contact a certified inspector to have your building assessed today.