Bad air quality in a single room
Air quality question for all of you. We have a home office and have been using it a lot more than previously with being home so much. I noticed I was getting tired more often so I brought my IQAir sensor into the room and the CO2 levels are crazy high. We have to keep the door closed during the day because our toddler will want to be in here when one of us is working and there’s stuff in here that cant be made toddler safe. I crack a window when its possible but that isnt always a possibility due to rain and weather. Anyone have something I can install to help with air quality? I do have an exterior wall so if I would have to install something I could. Of course not ideal to spend money on it, but if I have to then I have to.
Thank you all for your help!
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