Garage Temperature and Humidity Monitoring
Humidity is the amount of moisture in the air. High humidity levels can cause condensation, which can lead to mold growth. Garages are often prone to high humidity levels due to poor ventilation, water leaks, and lack of insulation. Garages are often used as storage spaces for various items, including vehicles, tools, and equipment. However, garages are also prone to high humidity levels, which can lead to the growth of molds and mildew. Molds can cause health problems, damage to property, and unpleasant odors.
Therefore, it is essential to monitor the humidity levels in garages and take necessary measures to prevent mold growth.TempCube sensor is a wireless device that uses Swiss made sensors and can be connected to a smartphone via Wi-Fi. TempCube sensors can measure temperature and humidity levels in real-time and send alerts if the levels exceed a certain threshold. Moreover, TempCube sensors can store data for up to 30 days, allowing users to track changes in humidity levels over time.
What temperature stops to prevent the mold growth
The ideal temperature is between 77 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. During the summer months, temperatures are often higher than normal inside the home. Make an effort to keep temperatures inside the home lower during the summer months. Setting the thermostat to the low 70s makes it more difficult for mold to grow.
Indoor relative humidity (RH) should be kept below 60 percent -- ideally between 30 percent and 50 percent, to prevent the mold growth. Low humidity may also discourage pests (such as cockroaches) and dust mites.