Journal

The AirRated Journal is a space dedicated to the expansive issue of air quality. From tips on how to improve your indoor air quality, to deep dives on environmental issues like air pollution and climate change, our articles explore a variety of air quality-related topics.

By increasing awareness of the implications of poor air quality, both indoor and outdoor, we hope to be part of the change that creates a healthier future for generations to come. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with team@airrated.co if you have any questions or things you would like to see us write about next.

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Shining a light on five common air quality myths

Poor air quality is an issue that affects everyone, with wildfires and severe allergy seasons seeming to worsen as each year passes.  While the topic of air quality – both indoor and outdoor – is being increasingly discussed, the volume of information can be overwhelming and lead to confusion about the facts. Lack of awareness around the … Read more

AirRated Anthology: The guide to indoor air quality

Contents History of indoor air quality Early beliefs The Industrial revolution Miasma theory The Great Smog of London Modern buildings Indoor air quality: the basics What is indoor air quality? The five key indoor air quality parameters The causes of poor indoor air quality The effects of poor indoor air quality The relationship between indoor … Read more

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How to get a better night’s sleep by improving your indoor air quality

The conversation around how indoor air quality (IAQ) affects our health continues to gain traction, and the discussion extends to inside our homes. Poor air quality has been shown to detrimentally impact our wellbeing, and can prevent us from getting enough good-quality sleep to function properly.  How does air pollution affect our sleep quality?   Research … Read more

How to reduce COVID-19 in your home

Reducing the risk of contracting COVID-19 in your home

Society is currently facing a very uneasy situation. The total number of COVID-19 cases is currently a stone’s throw from a million, and will continue to increase. It is estimated that up to 60% of people will contract COVID-19 within the next year, which has led to the implementation of drastic measures. Affected countries are … Read more