Indoor Air Quality Solutions Washington, DC/Northern VA

Optimal Air Quality Solutions: Protecting Health and Enhancing Efficiency

Invest in a breath of fresh air with our sustainable solutions. Surpass industry air quality benchmarks, elevate occupant well-being, and shield your operational processes and HVAC systems. Our energy-smart indoor air quality solutions are designed to safeguard both people and productivity.

Secure Your Indoor Environment with Trusted Air Quality Solutions

The majority of our time, nearly 90%, is spent within indoor spaces, where pollutant concentrations are typically higher, posing risks of respiratory diseases like asthma and contributing to severe health issues, including heart conditions, fertility complications, and cancer. Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia property owners must maintain indoor air quality that safeguards both the vulnerable and those regularly subjected to such pollutants. Yet, the repercussions of indoor pollution extend beyond human health.

Critical infrastructure, including the electronic systems pivotal to data centers and HVAC units, can suffer from the detrimental effects of excess moisture and particulate accumulation. The consequences of neglecting indoor air quality are twofold, affecting both the well-being of individuals and the functionality of essential equipment, ultimately curtailing optimal productivity.

The Ketchum & Walton Co. team is your breath of fresh air, providing unmatched support and cost-effective indoor air solutions that improve building quality and the health of the people who fill it.

The Ketchum & Walton difference:

Sustainable Products

Our quality air filters, UV lighting, ionization, and belts decrease an HVAC system’s energy demands, lowering CO2 emissions and reducing a building’s overall carbon footprint. Further, sustainable air filters require fewer changes, resulting in less waste contribution to local landfills – a main source of CO2 emissions.

Improved Health & Productivity

The quality of our air directly correlates to our health and work performance. In fact, poor indoor air quality reduces worker productivity by 6-10%. Our diverse product line can exceed health standards in any industry.

Dependable Sales Team

We’re always available and carry projects through from start to finish, addressing any issues along the way. Our team has quality expertise and unique problem-solving skills gained through years of working in all settings. We’re committed to building strong client relationships and aim to become your valued business partner.

Turnkey Solutions

Our products seamlessly integrate within your building’s design, ensuring a hassle-free experience. In several cases, we can design, install, and certify your systems to help improve your site conditions. We can also assist in managing your air filter program.

Cost-Effective Solutions

Our indoor air quality solutions create the best total cost of ownership for our customers, lowering your operational costs. We analyze the customer’s system to lower overall static, reducing its energy draw on their power grid.

Reduced Labor Costs

Newer technology indoor air solutions prevent equipment failure, which reduces maintenance costs and improves overall efficiency. Oftentimes, we can cut maintenance time in half.

Achieve Peak Building Health & Improved Quality of Life

Whether you need air filters for a new building project or HVAC belts and UV lighting solutions for an existing facility, we’ll do whatever it takes to give you fresh, clean indoor air. Many times, our indoor air quality solutions eliminate coil cleanings for HVAC systems.

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Achieve Peak Building Health & Improved Quality of Life

New Construction Air Filtration

Depending on the building project, you’ll likely have different air quality standards. We’ll assess your situation and provide indoor air quality solutions to exceed these standards and improve occupant health, which may include HEPA Bag-in-Bag-Out Housings, Fan Filter Units, general ventilation filters, dust collectors, ionization, particulate monitors, UV-C, and more.

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New Construction Air Filtration

Aftermarket Air Filtration

Newly constructed buildings require unique solutions to maximize HVAC efficiency and improve indoor air quality. We offer UV lighting solutions to eliminate mold and other harmful contaminants within a unit, as well as premium air filters that last more than a year between changes.

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Aftermarket Air Filtration

Cleaning your air is simple. Here’s how we can help.

Step 1

Schedule a Consultation

The process starts with us meeting in person to discuss your needs. We’ll visit the job site, begin strategizing your solution, and get the ball rolling. Our team of experts in the Washington, DC/Northern Virginia region can do a survey, provide an energy report, and revolutionize your labor savings.
Step 2

Get a Quote

Once we’ve identified your problem, we’ll send you a comprehensive proposal. When you choose to move forward, we’ll get the ball rolling.
Step 3

Implement the Solution or Program

Here’s where we solve your problem. This process may vary depending on your product needs; however, our team will oversee the execution of your project and address any issues. Oftentimes, this involves getting into your mechanical rooms or on your rooftops. Our team is built to help your facility out.
Step 4

Analyze the Results

We want you to be 100% satisfied with the final product. Our goal is to build a partnership, and our team approach allows you to always have a contact to resolve your issue.

Cleaner Air, Better Health, and a More Sustainable Future

Life is too short to be bogged down with “unexplainable” symptoms, like headaches, irritation, and difficulty concentrating, which can all be related to long-term exposure to indoor air pollution. Spend less time worrying about your building occupants’ health and equipment and more time on the problems that matter most to you. With premium indoor air quality solutions, you can break free from poor indoor air quality and harmful contaminants, achieve optimal health, and protect vulnerable building equipment — all while reducing energy demands and benefiting the environment.

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