Feels like Home

When indoor air quality (IAQ) is out of balance, home can feel different from day to day. Humidity, ventilation and air particle conditions can affect health benefits and home comfort. You can help implement solutions to help your customers live more comfortably.

What's Really in the Air?

Six factors that affect indoor air quality

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Carbon Dioxide

High CO2 levels signal a ventilation concern

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Excessive airborne particles can shorten certain appliance lifespans

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Odors & Smells

Prolonged exposure to chemical odors impact comfort

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Relative Humidity

Too much or too little water in the air can lead to mold growth, dry skin and more



HVAC responses can indicate system issues

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Carbon Monoxide

The “silent killer,” too much CO can be a safety issue

What to Look For

Several signs can help you spot an indoor air quality opportunity

Air Cleaning

Signs that a home could benefit from a whole-house air cleaner, purifier or filter:

  • Portable air cleaners in multiple locations
  • Central air conditioning
  • Odors caused by cooking or other sources
  • Air conditioning ductwork that needs frequent cleaning


Signs that a home could benefit from whole-house dehumidification:

  • Low set point on thermostat in hot climate
  • Condensation on walls and windows
  • Humidity levels above 60%
  • Uncomfortable sleeping conditions
  • Presence of portable dehumidifiers


Signs that a home could benefit from whole-house humidification:

  • Families with babies and young children
  • Extensive wood furnishings or flooring
  • Art collections
  • Musical instruments
  • Uncomfortable temperatures in the winter
  • High utility bills


Signs that a home could benefit from ventilation solutions:

  • Excessive dust
  • Too much humidity
  • Lingering cooking odors

Zone Control

Signs that a home could benefit from zone control:

  • Multiple levels
  • Large windows
  • Large open areas such as vaulted ceilings or foyer
  • Rooms in a finished basement or attic
  • Rooms with an exposed concrete floor
  • Rooms that feel too humid, too dry or too cold
  • Bedrooms in the upper levels
  • Rooms used occasionally
  • Occupied rooms in the attic or basement
  • An extra room over the garage
  • Occupants spend much of the day at home
  • Vents closed to redirect airflow
AirCycle Program

“Aircycle Makes It Simpler for a Trained Technician to Operate, Use, Analyze, and Then Prescribe Solutions for Whatever the Diagnosis May Be.”

- Resideo AirCycle Program Participant

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