How Clean is the Air in Your Home?
It is still winter out here in Chicago and during this cold time of year I hibernate in my nice warm home. Venturing outside when the temps are below freezing is not very fun for me. If you are like me and spend most of winter indoors you need to be aware of the air quality in your home.
Dust and pollutants can accumulate in your air ducts and these small particles blow into the air when your furnace turns on. If you are not venting your home properly you and your family will breathe in the bad air. Do you know how clean the air is in your home?
HomeLab does. The service keeps track of all your home’s pollution levels, prescribes the perfect fixes for them, and presents it all through their app you can download from the App Store or Google Play.
Once you sign up for their Healthy Home Plus service, they’ll send you a healthy home monitor that’s easy to set up. It’ll start taking your home’s vitals every five minutes, and send the data back to HomeLab. After 10 days, they’ll send you a complete plan loaded with changes you can make to your home, all view-able from the app. To make sure you understand it all, you’ll also get a free 30 minute call from one of HomeLab’s specialists to review it.
HomeLab offers the following services to help you cut back on air pollution in your home.
Healthy Home Program
The Healthy Home Program provides a tailored plan and helpful tools to create an amazingly healthy home.
Healthy Home Plus
Healthy Home Plus adds a monitor to our standard program, allowing you to identify and track toxins and pollutant levels as you create a healthy home. Using the monitor as an added guide, the 5 Step program will ensure your home is as healthy as humanly possible.
HomeLab’s Home Doctors use building science, product toxicity, and filtration expertise to provide a comprehensive plan for removing toxins and pollutants.
If you have children with allergies or asthma, or just want to make sure they breathe the healthiest air possible, you should try out HomeLab. It will help you improve your air quality.
For more information about the HomeLab app visit homelab.com.
*Disclosure: This article has been sponsored by HomeLab.