Established in 2001, Eirdata are experts in indoor air quality and building wellness for over 20 years.
Following on from Eirdata’s partnership with Airthings for Business in December 2021, we are delighted to announce that we will be providing radon and indoor air quality monitors to help you and your family see what’s hiding in the air you breathe, for a healthier, more comfortable home environment.
While CO2 is natural and harmless in small quantities, it can easily rise to critical levels indoors with insufficient ventilation. High levels of Carbon dioxide can cause drowsiness, fatigue, restlessness, increased heart rate and blood pressure, sweating and headaches.
Preventing mold growth helps with asthma, allergies, sleep, and overall health. This is an important feature for many families as 1 in 13 people in Ireland and 1 in 10 children currently have asthma. When you can see mold growing it’s too late. With mold risk indication you can take action to prevent mold before it starts and keep your family and valuables safe.
Too much or too little humidity can affect allergies and cold or flu symptoms greatly. When humidity levels are too high, mold and rot can occur. Low humidity levels cause static electricity, dry skin and hair, and increased susceptibility to colds and respiratory illness.
Indoor temperatures can affect productivity, mood, and comfort level. Individual sleep patterns are also affected by indoor air temperature.
Keep your family safe from this radioactive, invisible gas that comes from the ground. It is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers but can be managed with continuous monitoring.
Total Volatile Organic Compounds are the total amount of toxins and chemicals emitted. They can cause short- or long-term health effects from minor eye, nose and throat irritations to liver and kidney damage. These gases come from everyday items in our homes such as cleaners and solvents, furniture, and waxes. The gases accumulate and pollute the air we breathe.
Barometric pressure is the pressure given by the atmosphere at any given point. It is known as the “weight of the air” and changes depending on your elevation, as well as weather patterns. It can also cause headaches.
Particulate matter is a range of particles of dust, dirt, and liquids that become suspended in the air. Some of these are large enough to see, like smoke, smog, or soot, but the most harmful are smaller, invisible particles