Wednesday, March 27, 2019, from 8 to 10 pm Duurzaam Meerhoven organizes an information evening about the indoor climate Location: De Hangar, Meerbos 4 in Meerhoven. Doors open at 7.30 pm. Registration is required.
A bad indoor climate is increasingly mentioned as the cause of all kinds of health complaints. Since residents stay inside for an average of 80 to 90% of the time, the indoor climate has much more influence on health than what happens outside. This Winter, volunteers of the working group Energy of Duurzaam Meerhoven have carried out measurements with a thermal imager and a CO2 meter in about 20 homes and would like to share the results with other residents.
In addition, Duurzaam Meerhoven wants to answer various questions during the information evening. For example: What is a healthy indoor climate? How does that contribute to comfortable living? What about ventilation, legislation and regulations, standards? How does your own behaviour affect the indoor climate? And what about mold on the window frames and wet windows?
Participation in the information meeting is free. Due to the limited number of places, you must register in advance via .