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Modern homes are created for cheaper utilities, but tight closures can produce stuffy indoor air.

A home ventilation system in Kutztown and Breinigsville, Pennsylvania, can resolve that concern by substituting stale indoor air with clean outdoor air.

Our professionals can guide you in discovering the best exhaust ventilation system for your house and the local environment. Give us a call at 484-646-3363 to get started today.

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Does Your Living Space Need Extra Air Movement?

There exists a few telltale signs that you require more airflow in your residence.

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Odors Will Not Go Away

You might have a house air movement issue if you have problems eliminating smelly odors, like cooking smells or cigarette smoke.

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Heavy Air

Your living space’s air should be fresh, not stale or stuffy.

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Excessive Amount of Dirt Particles

While a certain amount of dust is unavoidable, areas with lacking in airflow may contain a larger amount of dust.

5 Advantages of an Effective Ventilation System

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Here are a handful of advantages of including ventilation equipment to your living space:
  1. Complements most HVAC equipment.
  2. Adds clean air without wanting to open windows.
  3. Lets you avoid mildew, mold and allergen buildup.
  4. Gets rid of rotten smells.
  5. Can improve your home’s inside air freshness.

Which Ventilation System is the Best for Your Living Space?

There are a couple of ventilation systems—heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV).

While the two are suitable for brand new or improved cost-saving houses, the type you demand takes into account your regional climate. Houses in some areas, such as the middle part of the country, can benefit from each of them.

Find out about the ventilation systems our company can offer. Or give us a call at 484-646-3363 for additional facts on which specifically is correct for you.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

  1. Best for frigid parts of the country.
  2. Exhausts air from your house and replaces it with refreshing air from the outside.
  3. Holds warmness so you don’t have to heat up the fresh air.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

  1. Most suited for warm or humid locations.
  2. Distributes heat and excess moisture outdoors.
  3. Balances humidity so you can work your air conditioning not as much.

Enjoy Fresher Air with Improved Home Ventilation

Move your house’s inside air quality to the next level with help from our heating and cooling staff. Give us a call at 484-646-3363 or contact us via email to schedule a meeting today.

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