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  • Indoor Air
  • Air Quality

When you need the very best air for the very best reasons.
Indoor Air Experts

Studies are showing that we spend as much as 90% of our day indoors. Keeping the air in your home clean is important, whether you have allergies or not. Flow knows that indoor air quality has a lot to do with overall quality of life, and our technicians have the ability to recommend the best air quality improvement products to ensure the purity of the air you and your loved ones breathe in your home.
The Best Air Quality For Your Home
Homes have become so well insulated that they can trap humidity and pollutants inside. It is common to find more pollutants in the home during the winter due to poor or inadequate ventilation. Given the long winters it is important to be breathing fresh air inside. According to indoor air quality specialists you can protect your family’s health and the structure of your home with the proper ventilation, filtration and carbon monoxide detectors.
Air Monitoring

Flow recommends an air quality consult, or at the very least an air quality measurement device.

An air quality measurement device is an indoor air quality monitor that makes the invisible visible and shows you how to make your home as healthy, comfortable, and as safe as possible. It measures dust/particles, chemical pollutants, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, temperature and relative humidity.

If you are unsure what solution is right for you, you can contact a Flow air quality expert or tap the link below to learn more:

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Humidity

When it comes to feeling more comfortable and saving energy, most of us turn to our thermostats. But there's another essential factor to consider: humidity. Just like being too warm or too cold, having a humidity level in your home that’s too high or too low can have an impact on how you feel.
What is Humidity?

Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. If there is a lot of water vapor in the air, the humidity will be high. If it's too low, the humidity will be low and it will be dry. Each of these cases come with their own set of concerns.

Every home is different, but a level between 30 and 40 per cent humidity is typically ideal for keeping your home warm and comfortable in the winter, without leaving condensation on the windows. In the summer, that level can be higher, between 50 and 60 per cent

Understanding humidity in your home can give you a picture of where you may have opportunities to make your place more energy efficient and improve your comfort.

Measuring Your Humidity

How do you know your humidity levels? That’s where devices that measure your home's humidity come in:

HYGROMETERS

An inexpensive measurement device that helps measure moisture levels in your air at home, so you have the right information to make possible adjustments.

SMART THERMOSTATS

Most modern smart thermostats come equipped with the ability to display the humidity level in your home. This is a nice feature but these thermostats typically cannot control it.

Managing Your Humidity

There are also devices to manage your humidity levels:

HUMIDISTATS

You may have a humidistat, which lets you monitor and control your home’s humidity level. Most humidistats are wired to a humidifier mounted right to your furnace, or they’re located on a wall elsewhere in your home.

They look and function a lot like your thermostat, but instead of measuring temperature and making adjustments, humidistats measure relative humidity in the air and turn your humidifier on or off in response.

PORTABLE DEHUMIDIFIERS

Most residential furnaces don’t have a dehumidifier function and only add humidity as needed. If your home is too humid, you still may need a portable dehumidifier to address it.

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If you are still unsure what humidity solution is right for you, please contact a Flow air quality expert:

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