The New Flat Rate partners with AirAdvice for Homes to improve IAQ for homeowners

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Leading menu pricing software company offers team members state-of-the-art monitoring system for indoor air quality in residential homes

With indoor air quality (IAQ) remaining at the forefront of safety concerns, The New Flat Rate, the first menu-pricing system for home service contractors, has formalized a partnership with AirAdvice for Homes, the premier IAQ solution that enables contractors to quantify air quality to improve health and comfort. The two organizations aim to better equip contractors with the necessary tools to improve IAQ for homeowners.

The partnership will allow The New Flat Rate members to use equipment from AirAdvice for IAQ monitoring inside residential homes at a discounted price. This added measure will allow The New Flat Rate members to better diagnose potential IAQ problems and provide the customer with solutions that can solve their pain at an accurate price point using the IAQ pricing menu.

“IAQ continues to be a topic of discussion on a state and national level with the increase of COVID numbers due to the Delta variant,” said Rodney Koop, founder and CEO of The New Flat Rate. “The importance of IAQ goes beyond the pandemic, however. Before the pandemic, the importance of IAQ was highly overlooked and undervalued. It plays a major role providing a safe atmosphere for those with respiratory issues and organ failure. When used correctly, enhanced IAQ can make life-changing differences for many.

“This partnership with AirAdvice will provide our clients with instruments that give in-depth details about a home’s IAQ. That information will go a long way in helping contractors improve a household’s IAQ and deliver customers the comfort, health and safety they deserve.”

The easy-to-use AirAdvice M5200 monitor automatically collects IAQ data once it is in use. The monitor tests for dust particles, chemical pollutants, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, temperature and relative humidity. Once testing concludes, the device generates and emails a report to the contractor.

“Our goal has always been to provide residential contractors with the tools they need to improve IAQ,” said Don Aultman, AirAdvice CEO. “By partnering with The New Flat Rate, we are creating an opportunity to get our monitors in the hands of more contractors. The more contractors that use our state-of-the-art monitor, the more households we are helping. IAQ has never been more important than it is today, and this partnership helps us stay committed to our goal of improving household IAQ.”

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