Our natural tendency is to assume that the air is worse outside from what we observe such as smoke, car emissions, fires and more. So much so that we are generally recommended to stay indoors to escape from the outdoor pollution. Nothing is wrong with escaping such pollution by going indoors however most of us don’t know much about indoor air pollution.
All our technicians’ homes are equipped with an indoor air quality monitor.
Surprisingly, IAQ monitors are not very well known at the moment. These devices are created to measure indoor air and provide the user with accurate data any potentially dangerous air qualities. Some monitors can even connect with other smart home devices/hubs or use IFTTT triggers.
Our technicians and their families use uHoo. This IAQ monitor the most comprehensive monitor there is on the market. It has the ability to identify up to 9 different air conditions while also being able to integrate with other smart appliances. Its WIFI capabilities also saves historical data in the cloud and allows you to check your IAQ live on the go.
There are plenty of threats in our homes but there’s little research to educate us on how to limit these threats on our health. In order to make healthy life choices, we must understand the conditions we are dealing with. An IAQ monitor is able to do exactly that.
Similarly, to losing weight, it’s important to identify the condition that our body is. This is where a personal trainer, a general practitioner, and a nutritionist is able to assess your body and provide an exercise and nutrition plan in order to meet your physical goal of losing weight. Without identifying the environment, we live in, there is no way of improving your indoor air quality.
Indoor air pollution has existed for thousands of years, but it wasn’t until advocating for cleaner air in the 1960s that we began to pay attention to what we were breathing. Regardless of where you live in the world, one thing we can agree on is not much is being done to educate people on indoor air pollutants let alone a measure to solve the problems of poor indoor air quality.
If you are looking for ways to improve your indoor air quality the answer is simple, contact us. Let our team of experts inspect your home and ensure that your heating and cooling equipment is free from mould, dust mites, radon, allergens, and other harmful substances. We will evaluate the condition of your system and provide you with a tailored service based on its requirements.
Call us on 1300 488 788 to make a booking with our licensed and trained HVAC technicians today.