Changing air changes everything.
We all spend about 95% of our lives in closed rooms: from grade school to university, from hospitals to offices, from cinemas to restaurants. Therefore, a healthy microclimate for living teamed with a comfortable temperature is fundamental to our well-being. Insufficient fresh air exchange and poor air quality are serious risk factors and have been correlated with intellectual inefficiency and poor health. Proper air exchange plays a key role in the comfort and wellness of closed rooms, especially considering the fact that many new materials which release unhealthy, hazardous fumes have been introduced into homes. Just opening the windows does not guarantee a healthy rate of air exchange, and opening windows also generates heat loss that increases energy consumption.