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Measuring air quality at home

Measuring air quality at home
Posted on 1-9-2021 by Nienke Vinkenvleugel

Healthy air in your home is indispensable; incorrect ventilation can create an unhealthy living environment. The air quality in a house quickly deteriorates due to high concentrations of particulate matter or CO2. This can cause health problems. But how do you know if the air in the house is clean? Installing an air quality meter gives you a complete insight into the air quality in your home.

How do you measure the air quality in your home?

Polluted air consists of a mixture of fine dust, nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide, smog and soot. The presence of these substances in the air in combination with poor ventilation can cause mould in a home. By correctly measuring the air quality in your home, you can counteract the consequences of poor ventilation . It is important to know whether you need to take action yourself, this can be done by purchasing a CO2 meter. By installing a CO2 meter, you can choose to ventilate your home using CO2 control . In addition to purchasing a CO2 meter or a particulate meter, it is also advisable to purchase mechanical ventilation.

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