By tracing particulates in the air and following humidity levels, we're able to help warn that mold might be growing. Edward Olmsted, an industrial hygienist in Garrison, N.Y., puts it best: "Mold is like a factory that produces billions of spores," he said. "The factory runs only when moisture is available. Eliminate the moisture, and you shut down the factory." While we can't yet monitor for mold itself, we can warn you about moisture levels.
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