How to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality
The homes of today are designed and built in order to keep the cold out; and that’s all for energy efficiency. And because of that, our air conditioning and heating costs are therefore reduced. At the same time however, you have made it more difficult for fresh air to move within the home and for stale air to go out.
Proper ventilation promotes a healthier home environment through circulating and renewing the air removing pollutants as well as the excess humidity, it protects the structure of your home by removing whatever excess moisture there is.
You may consider different kinds of vents to get enough air into your home:
- Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)
- Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV)
- Attic ventilation
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