Present-day houses are constructed with efficiency top of mind. But that also means they’re solidly sealed and can have stuffy air.
With proper ventilation, your house can dodge mildew, allergen accumulation and related air quality issues. Correct ventilation also helps remove intense aromas, like kitchen smells or tobacco smoke.
While relying a window can be useful for a bit, it isn’t useful all year. It can also be challenging if a household member suffers from allergies.
AirEase home ventilation systems in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, provide an energy-efficient solution: changing out flat interior air with fresh outdoor air. They’re created to operate with any home comfort system. Plus, they don’t make any ozone, a toxic gas that can inflame your lungs.
Lycoming Heating Company can help you determine the proper model for your house and the local environment. Give our heating and cooling experts a ring at 570-326-4450 to start taking in fresher air now.
3 Signs Your Space Might Need a Ventilation System
There are a several signs you should have house ventilation, including:
1. Stubborn odors
2. Stuffy air
3. Disproportionate dust
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Kinds of Ventilation Systems
There are two types of ventilation systems—heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV).
Both are best for new homes or renovated homes with energy enhancements, but are built with different climates in mind.
Environments with a huge variety of weather patterns, like the Midwest, can find value from either option. Contact us for extra information about which system is best for Williamsport.
Heat Recovery Ventilation
HRV operates best in cold climates. It pushes out air from your house, replacing it with fresh air from the outdoors.
As an energy-efficient feature, it holds on to the heat from your indoor air. That way, you shouldn’t have to pay to treat fresh (but cooler) air from the outdoors.
Energy Recovery Ventilation
ERV is a good fit for warm, humid environments. It extracts the heat and moisture out of your space’s air and directs it out of your home. This lets you keep proper humidity levels in your space. The right amount of humidity can keep your place more comfortable and allow you to use your air conditioning less frequently—saving you more money on cooling charges.
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Begin Breathing Fresher Air Today
Our certified pros can help bring your residence’s indoor air quality to the next level. Give us a call at 570-326-4450 or contact us online to book an appointment today.