Our understanding of COVID-19 has rapidly changed over the course of the past couple years. Initially, scientists believed that the virus was spread through large “droplets” that were expressed through talking, sneezing and coughing. These droplets were thought to be heavy enough to drop through the air rather quickly (within an average of 6 ft distances) infecting others through both droplet and surface contact. Scientists have now concluded that it is not these droplets, or even surface infection, that we should be most concerned about; the virus is actually spread through aerosol sized particles that are invisible to the naked eye and light enough to stay within the atmosphere of an enclosed space for an hour or more. Because of our newfound understanding of how this virus works, proper indoor ventilation and air quality is more important now than ever. 1 Continue reading “The White House Clean Air Building Challenge: IAQ Action Plan for Our Future”
The 2022 AHR Expo is over, and the Dwyer team has settled back into our normal day-to-day. For those of us in the Midwest, we were greeted with a few feet of snow when our planes landed back home. It was a big shift from the clear skies of Vegas! Continue reading “Thanks for Visiting Us at AHR Expo!”
As the year comes to a close and we celebrate this time with our families and friends, all of us at Dwyer want to give a big thank you to the customers and teammates that we’ve depended on throughout the year. We certainly couldn’t have done it without you. Continue reading “Happy Holidays | 2021 in Retrospect”
It’s officially the holiday season! No matter how you choose to celebrate, we’d like to wish our partners, distributors, customers, and fellow Dwyer team members safe and happy holidays.
We’ve each seen so much growth this year, and we’re excited for seeing what the future holds for us. Wishing you happiness and good health this holiday season.