Management of internal air quality is paramount both now and while we continue through the pandemic.  A humid and carbon dioxide rich internal environment for example is a breeding ground for viruses increasing the internal viral load and greatly increasing the risk of infection for tenants and, when the lockdown is lifted, for those visiting the tenant. 

We are currently working with a number of social housing landlords to help them make their tenant’s homes and buildings air quality safer.  goldeni’s suite of IoT (internet of things) enabled sensors and systems monitor temperature, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and humidity supporting home health as well as clean air initiatives based on insights into internal air quality . 

High carbon monoxide levels are hazardous to human health, but other indoor air quality issues include high humidity which can be as a result of damp in the home and facilitates a breeding ground for known pathogens and viruses. High carbon dioxide levels demonstrate poor air flow in the property, simply advising the tenant to open a window will immediately improve the internal air quality and, in accordance with the Covid-19 guidance keep viral load levels in the home to a minimum and reduce the risk of contamination for those in the home.

goldeni delivers real-time air quality data to property services teams to identify and advise of poor internal air quality – looking after the tenant with health and wellbeing in mind. 

Poorly maintained buildings can have far-reaching economic and social implications for tenants and local communities. By taking a proactive approach to maintenance – that involves collecting and analysing data about the property data – goldeni is a state-of-the-art technology that can predict faults before they occur.

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