As a mother, I want to make sure my daughter is living in the healthiest home possible. Netatmo’s Healthy Home Coach allows me to see exactly how healthy my home really is. The Healthy Home Coach connects to my smartphone and constantly measures the humidity, air quality, noise level, and temperature in my home.When I first set up my Healthy Home Coach, I was almost positive that it would turn green and tell me that my levels were perfect. Imagine my surprise when the Home Coach turned yellow and told me that my home was “fair”. Although the noise level, humidity level, and air quality levels in my home were perfect, the temperature was not. After reading the Healthy Home Coach booklet I realized that although the temperature in my home may be comfortable for me, it may be too hot for my daughter.
So why does it matter?
The Healthy Home Coach monitors the 4 most important issues in a home: humidity, air quality, noise levels and temperature. Humidity is important to monitor because dry air can lead to itchy skin while air that is too humid can lead to mold growth. Poor air quality can lead to indoor air pollution (yes, that’s really a thing), which can lead to poor concentration. Noise levels are often worse than we realize, and may lead to restless nights and poor sleep cycles. Temperature (which is what my home had issues with) can make people in the home uncomfortable for many reasons. Since young children can’t balance their own body temperatures yet, they may be more uncomfortable than we are in warmer areas. I’m really glad that I was able to get my hands on this Netatmo Healthy Home Coach because I feel more confident knowing how to improve my home. Now I know exactly what my home issue is and can immediately fix it. Personally I believe this would be most beneficial in a newborn nursery or toddler room.
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