The European Union and other authorities constantly require increasingly more detailed indoor air reporting.
As building users, millennials and Gen-X are more particular than previous generations and more demanding.
An indoor air manager takes on today’s challenges and overcomes them with modern
What do the global energy efficiency and indoor climate situations look like today?
75% of buildings consume energy inefficiently.
Indoor air problems
15% of buildings have indoor air problems.
Potential for quick action
21% of unnecessary energy consumption can be made more efficient with indoor climate management.
So what does indoor climate management actually mean?
It means transfering from the reactive building maintenance to proactive way of working, and taking responsibility for the people and the environment.
This way we achieve healthier buildings, and healthier people.
Old style vs new indoor climate management
- Consider buildings
- React to observations
- Repair problems
- Guess and assess
- Dispersed information here and there
- Files and physical archives
Indoor climate management
- Consider buildings and people
- Anticipate observations
- Data-based knowledge
- Prevent problems
- Centralised information in one location
- Cloud-based services
The new era for indoor comfort and the reporting need of the indoor air situation is undoubtedly already here. We no longer ask “when” but instead “who will react to the breakthrough, and who won’t?”.
The Freesi indoor air service is one of Europe’s leading solutions in which all the information required for indoor climate management has been compiled in one location.