Monitoring Carbon Dioxide Levels
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colorless, odorless gas. It’s produced both naturally in the environment and through human activities–people exhale CO2 which contributes to the levels in the air.
The levels of CO2 present in your home depends upon:
- How many people occupy your home
- How long an area has been occupied
- The amount of outdoor fresh air entering your home
- The size of the room or occupied area
- Whether other air contaminants are present (e.g., idling vehicles near air intakes, leaky furnaces, tobacco smoke)
High CO2 levels can cause negative health effects such as headache, dizziness, and nausea. For a healthier home, control your indoor CO2 levels. Carbon Dioxide (C02) sensors are available to provide exceptional long term monitoring and control of space ventilation. Sensors can be installed either on the wall or in the A/C return air ductwork.
If you would like to learn more about CO2 sensors, Anytime Heating and Cooling can help.
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