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How To Test Your Air Quality

Updated: Jun 28, 2023

Are you curious about the air quality in your house? Are you wondering what’s the best way to test, monitor, and improve the air you and your family breathes in your home or occupied dwelling? It may be easier than you think. Here are some signs that point to poor air quality, how to find out what's exactly in the air, and even an easy way to control it automatically.

Signs to have your air quality tested.

If you have any health symptoms that include chronic allergies and asthma, headaches, bronchitis or colds that last an unusually long time, your body may be feeling the effects of pollutants in your home. And those airborne irritants could be anything from gas fumes to pet dander to mold that you can’t see.

Sometimes the contaminants can be more extreme, such as hazardous chemicals and asbestos. If you notice severe symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, rash, fever, chills, fatigue, vomiting or shortness of breath, you definitely need to have your air quality tested.

App-enabled technology

One of the easiest ways to monitor and track your air is by purchasing an air purifier that includes an air quality monitor and tracker. Fresh Air Matters offers several air purifiers from top-brand manufactures that include an app-enabled air quality monitor that not only lets you know what's exactly in the air you're breathing, but also communicates with the air purifier to adjust the settings to best fit your air purification needs. The advanced sensor included with our Trusens Z-2500 and Z-3500 measures smaller particles (PM1.0, PM2.5, PM10), that can be inhaled and get into your lungs and bloodstream.

Fresh Air Matters offers air quality monitoring with the Wynd Plus- Smart Personal Air Purifier. The detachable Air Quality Sensor connects to our free iOS and Android app to measure your air quality in 3 different ways.

1. Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5)

Measures the concentration of particles 2.5 microns in diameter or smaller, in the air you breathe.

2. Air Quality Index (AQI)

A number between 0 (good) to 500 (bad) that shows how polluted the air around you is.

3. Wynd Air Score

We combine multiple data points from PM2.5 & AQI to create our own proprietary Wynd Score from 0-100.

Finally, Fresh Air Matters offers Molekule air purifiers, including the Air Pro. The Molekule Air Pro communicates with the app to monitor and track what's in your air going back as far as 4 weeks. See changes to six different air quality factors in five-minute increments, or swipe back in time to see changes to individual pollutant types throughout the course of your day or week.

Where to get started

Taking the first steps to monitoring and tracking your indoor air has never been easier. Fresh Air Matters offer top-brand air purifiers that are clinically proven to clean the air you breathe while simultaneously tracking what is actually circulating through the air you breathe. Simply follow the links in previous paragraphs, go to or contact us today to begin cleaning your air!

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