We are all aware of the studies and statistics that detail the quality of air we breath. So often the Internet fills up with warnings of pollution levels and encouragement to stay indoors. Articles are produced that detail the numerous health risks of breathing in certain chemicals, pollutants, and contaminants, which naturally cause any sensible person to worry about the quality of their own air. Fortunately, advances in technology have allowed developers to create proper air quality monitors that help to increase awareness and educate homeowners.
Only in recent years have homeowners had legitimate access to in-home air quality monitors. In the past, devices that measured certain features of the air such as PM2.5 (dust and other particles smaller than 2.5 microns), VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), temperature, relative humidity, CO (Carbon Monoxide), CO2 (Carbon Dioxide), and PM10 (particles less than 10 microns in diameter) were either not available to the public or ridiculously expensive, upwards of thousands of dollars. However, today there are numerous air quality monitors available on the market that are easy to use and affordable.
What makes these modern monitors so revolutionary is their capability to datalog, which is to measure and record data over time. Without this feature, it is difficult to monitor changes in air quality and subsequently take appropriate action.
Everybody wants a healthy home environment for their family, and air quality monitors are certainly a factor in that. Peace of mind in regards to pollution is attainable, thanks to the newest indoor air quality solutions such as HEPA Air Filters, Germicidal UV Lamps, Humidifiers, and upgrades to your old air conditioning, furnace or heat pump.
If you want to learn more or get a free estimate and advice on the right solution for you, call us at 208-965-8343 today
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