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Continuous monitoring of indoor air quality is key for minimising negative health effects such as asthma, preventing illness and increasing productivity, energy and good health.

Airthings provides an overview of the indoor air quality in your home, and assists you to ensure a healthy and happy home for all the family. Observe in your Airthings App how the adjustments you made have helped to improve your indoor air quality.

Get insights with the Airthings products on your indoor air quality...

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How to use Airthings with other products, to improve your indoor air quality

  • Do you have high or low humidity? Lower the risk of mould in your home with a dehumidifier, such as this great product from Silentnight to reduce humidity. If your air is too dry, you might want to invest in a humidifier, such as the Igenix IG9704 - which also acts as a cooler, heater and ioniser. This will improve home comfort levels, and help to prevent the spread of viruses.
  • Do you have high levels of CO2? Let in fresh air by opening your windows or ventilating better.
  • Do you have high VOCs or pollen levels? An air purifier, like the gorgeous Boneco W200, will help you remove airborne chemicals and pollen – or you may want to consider a cooker hood from our range to remove the nasty odours and airborne chemicals that come from cooking, and can increase the VOC levels in your home.
  • Did you know that indoor temperature can affect your productivity, sleep and comfort level? A smart thermostat, like Hive, can help to keep your home both more energy-efficient and comfortable.
  • Do you have high levels of Radon? Ventilation is the solution to keep radon levels safe, and sometimes simply opening a window regularly is enough. If high levels continue for more than 3 months, however, you should contact a professional radon mitigator.