You’ve spent valuable time making sure your home is tightly sealed by caulking, insulating, and cleaning ducts. Because a tightly-sealed home provides a refuge from drafts and wind, there’s a chance your home may now be too airtight to allow for fresh air circulation. Ventilation systems are the solution.
Ventilation systems are a great way to ensure fresh air circulation. Air recirculation allows for fresh, outdoor air to come in and for stale, polluted or contaminated air to go out. This is accomplished several ways:
Whole-house ventilation systems typically provide the most bang for your fresh-air system buck. The overview below will give you an idea of some products on the market that are worth checking out:
Put your mind at ease about air quality. Consider a fresh air ventilation system that will circulate and distribute fresh air, remove contaminants, increase home comfort, while decreasing energy use and saving you money.
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