Ventilation

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Current dwellings are built for energy savings, but tight seals can lead to dry interior air.

A home ventilation system in Thedford, Ontario, can fix that problem by substituting heavy enclosed air with fresh outdoor air.

Our sales staff can assist you in finding the best exhaust ventilation system for your living space and the local climate. Get in touch with us at 519-296-4437 to get started today.

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Does Your House Need Extra Air Circulation?

There exists a few telltale signs that you have need of more ventilation in your home.

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Odors Don’t Leave

You may have a living quarters airflow issue if you have difficulty getting rid of smelly smells, like cooking smells or cigarette smoke.

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Heavy Air

Your house’s air should be fresh, not musty.

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Too Much Dirt Particles

While some dust is unpreventable, rooms with inadequate airflow may contain a larger amount of dirt particles.

5 Benefits of a Useful Ventilation System

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Here are a few perks of adding a ventilation system to your home:
  1. Complements most heating and cooling equipment.
  2. Furnishes fresh air without wanting to open windows.
  3. Allows you to keep clear of mildew, mold and allergen buildup.
  4. Eliminates bad scents.
  5. Can boost your house’s indoor air purity.

Which Particular Ventilation System is the Best for Your Living Space?

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

While each are appropriate for brand new or renovated energy-efficient dwellings, the brand you need relies on your regional climate. Residences in certain regions, such as the middle part of the country, can make use of both systems.

Get more information about the equipment our company can provide. Or contact us at 519-296-4437 for more information on which one is correct for you and your loved ones.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

  1. Most suited for chilly areas.
  2. Exhausts air from your home and replaces it with fresh air from the outdoors.
  3. Maintains warmth so you don’t have to heat the outside air.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

  1. Best for arid locations.
  2. Moves heat and excess moisture into the outside air.
  3. Stabilizes humidity so you can run your air conditioning less.

Love Cleaner Air with Improved Home Ventilation

Advance your home’s indoor air quality to the next level with guidance from our heating and cooling technicians. Give us a call at 519-296-4437 or contact us online to book a consultation today.

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