Much has changed since our previous article that thrust the impacts of construction on apartment ventilation systems into the spotlight.
Who would have knowna global pandemicwas just around the corner. Temperatures around Australia wouldhit record highs. Queensland’s property market wouldaccelerate at rapid pacewithinterstate buyers flocking to the sunshine statein droves to ‘make home’ or invest in our dynamic apartment-living lifestyle.
Pictured: Construction and the pandemic continue to have a direct impact onapartment ventilation systems
Some Bodies Corporate continue to debate it is the Owners responsibility to maintain the Exhaust Ventilation System.
Cleaning the buildings exhaust ventilation systemmust be prioritised by the Body Corporateand Management teams. The serviceshould form part of a preventative or planned maintenance program. We would encourage you tomake the wellbeing of your residents and guests a priority.
QFES & BCCM
QFESrecommendsmaintenance programson these exhaust ventilation systems and identify andremove potential risks(fire and health) that may accumulate over time.
BCCMadvisethe Body Corporate is responsible for the maintenanceof common propertyincluding utility infrastructure.
For residents, tenants and guests in many high-rise apartment buildings, unit complexes, resorts and hotels, these systemscontinue to remain unserviced, operating inefficiently and failing their intended design and operational specification. As a result, occupants within these propertiescontinue to suffer the impacts of poor ventilation.
Pictured: Maintenance of the exhaust ventilation system should form part of your planned maintenance program
The Global Pandemic continues to strain unkept and poorly maintained Exhaust Ventilation Systems in Apartment Buildings.
2021 highlighted thefailures of poorly operating exhaust ventilation systemsin apartment letting-pools and quarantine environments, with the media momentarily illuminatingthe importance of cleaning these integral ventilation systemsthat exhaust air and odours fromapartment toilet, bathroom en-suiteand laundry areas.
The pandemics consistent reminder that for optimal physical and mental health, as well as our overall wellbeing,we need fresh air. Keep safely exercising, keep moving outside,but what about inside, where we live?Let SafeAir help you.
Accelerated construction and infrastructure upgrades continue to stir excessive airborne dust and fibrous material, directly impacting your Ventilation System.
New apartment buildings and developments continue to rise out of the groundsuch as The Star Residences, Ocean by Meriton, Chevron One and numerous new projects throughout Southern Gold Coast and Brisbane CBD areas.
Major infrastructure upgrades including Brisbane’s Cross River Railcontinue to cause nearby apartment owners serious headaches with excessive noise and dust blows直接影响周围建筑物.
Resort, hotels andapartment buildings have a duty of care to provide working and adequate exhaust ventilation in bathroom, en suite, toilet and laundry areas为居住者的健康和福祉。你们还ars of blockage within apartment ventilation ductwork continues to sit‘out of sight, out of mind’.
Airborne dust, debris and material contentcontinues to punish apartment ventilation systems via apartment windows, gaps and open doors, we need fresh air.
We can fix this – let SafeAir help.
Now is the time to take advantage of deep-cleaning your buildings exhaust ventilation ductwork systems.
Talk to your Body Corporate Manager and call SafeAir toarrange a free site survey– Tel:07 5562 0028.