with Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
Indoor Air Quality as part of LEED
Although LEED is primarily a certificate focused on the infrastructure of the building, it also highly prioritizes indoor air quality and human well-being.
It is for this reason that, even though the category of indoor environment is only one out of nine different categories, it represents 22% of the obtainable points in LEED.
Let us show you how you can best approach the indoor environment in your buildings to secure your LEED certification.
How can you use Clairify to meet LEED requirements?
LEED uses two different dimensions to calculate the indoor environmental quality score: indoor air quality monitoring and human experience.
This very much aligns with Clairify's way of looking at indoor air quality, which is why we can help you with both dimensions! We believe it's not enough to install sensors and monitor the air in a space to offer healthy indoor air. If the sensors are not capable of reflecting the human experience, what's the point?
Clairify offers the only sensors capable of perceiving the environment in the same way you, us, and the occupants of your building would perceive it: as a human being.
This way, with Clairify you can score additional points in the air quality monitoring and the human experience of the indoor environment category.
Take a look at the points overview below!
LEED Certification with Clairify
For more information on the full points attribution and the number of points you can achieve per category with Clairify, please refer to our Clairify scorecard.
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