Proper ventilation is crucial to maintaining your home’s indoor air quality and comfort level. You need a blend of both indoor and outdoor air circulating throughout your home to strike the proper balance between a temperature and comfort level that is just right. But in recent years, construction trends have increasingly been defined by an emphasis on energy efficiency. This means, then, that newer homes are so tightly built that proper ventilation becomes a problem.
Signs of a Poorly Ventilated Home
If it has nowhere to escape, the air inside your home can become up to ten times more polluted than the air outside. To combat this issue, today’s homes need whole house ventilation systems that pump in fresh air throughout the day to maintain a healthy indoor environment.
There are several different types of whole house ventilation systems to choose from. The one that will work best for you will depend on your climate, the age of your home and your budget. But don’t worry – the experts at Neighborhood Heating and Air Conditioning will be there to not only help with the installation, but also to direct you on which system would work best for your needs.
Types of Whole House Ventilation Systems
Whole House Ventilation System Benefits
Contact Neighborhood today to learn more about how you and your home can benefits from a whole house ventilation system!