(PRWEB) February 07, 2013
An increased number of home inspectors are turning to the Kestrel 4200 Air Meter, according to KestrelMeters.com, which recently published a new report on its website on the topic. As reported by Kestrelmeters.com, the Kestrel 4200 Air Meter is being used by home inspectors throughout the US to accurately check the consistency of warm and cool air in each room and to check for mold and other allergens and other atmospheric conditions during a home inspection.
Bob Smith, KestrelMeters.com spokesman said, “The Kestrel 4200 Air Meter takes the guesswork out of gather accurate measurements throughout the home or outdoors. It’s a handy tool for home inspectors that offers a great deal of functionality that users will appreciate.”
The new report on how home inspectors are using the Kestrel 4200 air meter, published by the leading provider of portable weather meters, will be useful for home inspectors who are looking for a reliable tool that helps with real estate inspections. Kestrel meters are used by a variety of professions, including those involved in environmental conservation, fire and rescue training, hazardous materials response, avalanche patrols, dive rescue specialists and forensic teams. By providing reliable data for tracking atmospheric data, Kestrel Meters are a useful tool for those who work or train indoors or outdoors, yet are still easy enough for casual outdoor enthusiasts to operate.
Kestrel sells top of the line wind meters and handheld weather meters that are designed to be easy to use, highly durable and portable. The site features the most popular Kestrel weather meters at affordable prices, and includes helpful product details and customer reviews. In addition to selling handheld weather meters, the KestrelMeters.com site also sells accessories for weather meters, including cases, calibration tools, replacement parts and tripods. The company provides products for a wide range of professionals, including firefighters, farmers, HVAC techs and military personnel all over the world. For more information, please visit KestrelMeters.com.