Will the HAVEN Monitor Work for You?
Any home with a central-forced air system will benefit from the HAVEN Central Indoor Air Quality Monitor. As long as your home’s air travels through ductwork, it’s compatible with the HAVEN system.
It’s particularly important to keep an eye on your home’s air quality if you have family members who suffer from allergies and asthma. Carpets and furniture collect and produce airborne pollutants that can aggravate allergies and asthma. So, if you have carpeting or upholstered furniture in your home, the HAVEN Central Indoor Air Monitor will help you uncover problem areas.
The system is also useful for homes with new pets, as pet dander has a significant effect on indoor air quality. In addition to giving you insights about your home’s air quality, the HAVEN Central Air Monitor also provides useful tips on how to improve it.
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How Can I Get a HAVEN Central Air Monitor Installed?
The physical sensor of the HAVEN Central Air Monitor tracks indoor air quality from inside your HVAC system’s ducts. The sensor needs to be installed by an HVAC contractor. Don’t worry, we can put you in touch with a licensed professional in your area for a quote and assessment.
Technicians look at a number of factors when assessing air quality before installation:
- Age of your existing equipment
- Time since its last service
- Proper function and performance
- Furry family members 😸
- Chemicals stored or used frequently
- Children or elderly occupants
With the assistance of a licensed HVAC technician and the installation of the HAVEN Central Air Monitor, you can take control of your air quality and create a happier, healthier home for your family.