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The term ‘room climate’ is frequently used when discussing the right temperature, but can also be used to discuss several other factors that all have an impact on our well-being and comfort. Key factors, that include air quality, humidity level, and temperature as a whole, which is especially apparent in a closed room. For example, if a room wasn’t on a regular setting or the air quality wasn’t up-to-standard, that room would quickly become unbearable and it’s easy to see how this wouldn’t be beneficial to your health.

A survey was taken by Ambius that gives information on how often we spend indoors. The survey found that 40% of us spend just 15 minutes of our day outside. Ribble Cycles found that on average 92% of us spend our day inside. So, whether that’s the office or at home, air quality is a very important factor in our everyday lives. This is one of the main focus points at Candela and we make it one of our top priorities to provide you with the best possible temperature output for your environment.

Optimal temperature

If the temperature is too low or too high this will almost definitely leave you feeling uncomfortable. Here at Candela, we certainly don’t want this to be the case whatsoever. When it comes to an optimal temperature, ultimately, we want what’s best for you. We understand that setting temperature is subjective and so we want to make sure you’re at your most comfortable wherever you are.

Optimal humidity

A smart home will make adjustments to the levels of temperature in your home to help prevent any potential damages from occurring in the building. If humidity levels get too high it can cause mould, but with Loxone smart home technology this won’t be possible. Everything will be at a safe humidity level and you won’t have to worry about it.

Optimal air quality

It’s incredibly important to keep air quality at the highest possible output. If you don’t have a considerable amount of air quality, your health can be severely affected. Having fresh air helps prevent the spread of pathogens and with migraines and overall tiredness. It may sound simple, but it’s very important to keep air quality consistent.

3 advantages of room climate control

1. It takes a lot of your time adjusting air quality, shading position, and the temperature manually. A Loxone smart home’s technology allows your home to breathe, and it happily controls it all for you, automatically. The initial settings are adjustable to how you want to set them, and then moving forward, the changes are made without any need for human interaction. It does what you want when you want it to.

2. Once you have the smart home technology installed, there are so many fewer tasks you have to do on a regular basis which gives more time to relax. You don’t have to worry about the little things as they’re all taken care of for you. For example, if it’s hot outside, you won’t have to worry about running around the house opening each individual blind to keep the heat out. The smart home will take care of that for you. If you need to make adjustments for whatever reason, these can be done at any time.

3. Your smart home will always want to save you money wherever it can. For example, if a room in your house is too hot, the smart home technology won’t always go straight for air conditioning. Instead, it might lower the blinds in the room, ensuring energy-efficient cooling. The smart home will also detect when nobody is home and so will put itself into a power-saving mode. Essentially, your home will turn off any appliances or functions that your home isn’t using. Power saving mode also protects the building’s structural properties to prevent future problems.

If you’re interested in learning more about Smart Homes, visit our dedicated Smart Home page. To get in touch with us to discuss a potential Smart Home job, visit our Contact page, call us on 01253 986842 or send us an email.