Take Control of Humidity Levels
What is Humidity?
Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. The more water vapor, the higher the humidity will be. Therefore, high and low humidity levels can cause issues. First, high humidity can cause damage to the building’s foundation. Secondly, low humidity can increase illness.
Control your Humidity Levels
To create a healthy indoor environment, keep your humidity levels between 30-60%.(1) These levels help prevent mold outbreaks, as mold is an allergen that can cause allergic reactions. In fact, mold exposures can affect people who are allergic and non-allergic with symptoms such as irritation to the eyes, skin, nose, throat, and lungs.(3)
In addition, make sure not to have the humidity too low because that contributes to irritated mucous membranes, dry eyes, and sinus discomfort.(2) Therefore, the humidity range of 30-60% is vital so that the germs and pathogens will have a better chance of dying.
RadGreen is Here to Help
RadGreen’s one-stop environmental management solution allows you to optimize the air quality to keep you and others safe from pathogens, mold, and other discomforts that humidity levels bring. The monitors track 24/7 and provide you with peace of mind.