When it comes to your indoor air quality, most people assume all you need to be concerned about are the Carbon Monoxide levels in your home. Although this is an important factor, the environment in your home can affect more than your indoor air quality, there are other factors such as temperature, humidity, noise, light and pressure that can impact the health and well-being of everyone in your home.
Include your entire home when it comes to advanced technology simply by using CubeSensors. These small cubes that can fit in the palm of your hand and look fashionable on your chic coffee table easily monitors your indoor environment for you.
Simply place a cube in every room of your home and download the CubeSensor app on any or all of your devices. The cube will update a new reading once every minute so you always have an accurate reading of your home environment.
It will record the temperature, pressure, light, noise and humidity in your home – all very important factors that contribute to the overall health and comfort of your family.
All you need to do is to give the cube a quick shake in each room for an immediate update. If there are no improvements to be made, a light will shine white. Should anything need to be changed in the room such as opening a window to reduce stuffiness, the cube will emit a red light. When this happens, open up the app on your phone or tablet and follow the suggested tips to improve the quality of your home environment.
This advanced cutting edge technology can help you cut costs on your energy bill, improve your sleeping habits, provide you with cleaner air and maintain your family’s safety by notifying you of various levels of unwanted gas in your home.
The heart of your family begins in your home and a healthy home is a happy home.
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