November 19, 2019
We’re constantly looking for ways to deliver cutting-edge air quality technology and insight without sacrificing accessibility or style. Our latest air quality monitoring solution delivers five essential air quality sensors in one intuitive, attractive, and affordable monitor.
Whether you’re shopping for the perfect holiday gift, committing to a healthy new year, or looking to make your smart home even smarter — Element has you covered.
Indoor air pollution tends to slip beneath the radar of our senses. Many common indoor pollutants are invisible and odorless, so we often don’t realize when we’re exposing ourselves to unnecessary health risks. And if we don’t know that a problem exists, we’re powerless to solve it.
That’s where Awair Element comes in.
The Awair app makes it easy to understand how your indoor activities are impacting your air quality and influencing the way you feel. View your air quality at a glance using the Awair Score, browse individual sensor readings, analyze trends, and receive recommendations to improve the health of your space.
Element seamlessly integrates into smart assistant ecosystems and is compatible with Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and other devices.
To learn more about Awair Element and start taking control of the air you breathe by following the link below.
The safest response to freezing temperatures is staying indoors, which was where many found themselves in the middle of last week as a “bomb cyclone” moved through the eastern United States. Those facing more extreme storm conditions were advised to kick off the new year by working from home. While working from home is the safest option during snow storms, why does it sometimes feel like the least productive?
Why does it seem significantly more difficult to concentrate on work when it’s hot outside? It has much more to do with our bodies than we may realize. A series of studies have proven that we are unable to concentrate and fully engage with our work if the temperature around us is not within a specific range; if you want to reach a peak level of productivity, you should work in an environment that stays between 68℉ and 76℉.
We know. It's difficult to believe the winter solstice and the holiday season are already here. Unfortunately, the cold season is one of the worst times of year for indoor air quality, either at home or at work. People huddle inside tightly-sealed buildings and trade ventilation for heating. This traps pollutants and moisture in, which is a recipe for bad air.