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Enjoy Fresher Air In Your Kutztown, PA Home With A Home Ventilation System

Modern homes are designed for energy efficiency, but a tight seal can result in stale indoor air. A home ventilation system, installed by your friends at Moyer Total Indoor Comfort, can address that issue by refreshing stale indoor air with clean outdoor air. Our experts can help you obtain the right exhaust ventilation system for your individual home's needs and the local climate.

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What Are The Signs My Home Needs Ventilation?

Here are a few telltale symptoms that you could benefit from additional ventilation in your home:

Odors Never Fade

Do you have trouble getting rid of strong odors, like cooking smells or cigarette smoke (or worse)? Improved ventilation can help send those scents outside where they can no longer offend your delicate nasal passages.

Stuffy Air

Your home's air should slide in and out of your lungs with the greatest of ease, not feel stale and stuffy and like it's hard to breathe at all. A home ventilation system keeps fresh air moving in.

Excess Dirt

Dirt is one of the most common pollutants in your home's air. Some dust is inevitable, but with poor airflow, you can find yourself pulling out the Swiffer all day, every day. Avoid that with improved ventilation.

What Are The Advantages Of A Quality Home Ventilation System?

The benefits of adding a ventilation system to your home include:

  • They work with most heating and cooling products.
  • They add fresh air without needing to open windows.
  • They help reduce mold, mildew, and allergen accumulation.
  • They help get rid of bad odors.
  • They improve the quality of your home's indoor air supply.

What Type Of Ventilation System Is Appropriate For My Home?

There are two varieties of ventilation systems - heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV).

While they're each suited for new or refurbished energy-efficient homes, the kind you need hinges on your local climate. Homes in some areas, like the Midwest, can reap the benefits of both systems.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

  • Better for temperate climates.
  • Exhaust air from your home and exchange it with fresh air from outside.
  • Retains heat so you do not have to reheat air from outside.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

  • Better for warm or humid locations.
  • Sends heat and excess moisture outside.
  • Stabilizes humidity so you can run your air conditioner less.

Enjoy Clean & Healthy Air With Improved Home Ventilation

Take your home's indoor air quality to another level with help from our heating and cooling professionals. Our ventilation systems will ensure your home's atmosphere is always as fresh as can be. Send us a message online or call 484-646-3363 to get started today!

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