The air inside your Fernandina Beach, Florida, home is likely more polluted than the air outside. Because today’s homes are tightly sealed, there’s little room for fresh air to come inside. One of the easiest ways to increase your home’s indoor air quality is by installing a home ventilation system.
Signs of Poor Home Ventilation
If you’ve lived in your home a long time, you’re used to its smell. When that smell changes or gets stinky, you need fresh air. Freshen up indoor air continually with a home ventilation system.
Do you have doors that mysteriously slam shut? Some home heating and cooling systems can cause negative air pressure inside the house. When the pressure inside is lower than the pressure outside, air will rush in when you open a window or door. This rush of air often contains dirt, dust and sometimes pests. Regulate your home’s air pressure with a ventilation system.
Stale indoor air contains bacteria, viruses, mold and allergens. If your family is sneezing, coughing or wheezing, it’s time to ventilate. By replacing contaminated indoor air with fresh, outdoor air, you reduce your family’s exposure to irritants and illnesses. If you combine a ventilator with an air purifier, your home’s indoor air quality will improve even more.
Proper ventilation reduces indoor humidity and keeps air moving. Lower moisture levels and circulating air prevent mold and mildew growth. Using a ventilation system helps you create a healthy and happy home for your family.
Other Indoor Air Quality Solutions
At Ed’s Comfort Solutions, Inc., we offer home ventilation systems along with several other products to improve your indoor air. We install ventilators, dehumidifiers and UV lights. We offer guidance to help you choose the best air filter with the correct MERV rating for your needs.
Since 1967, we’ve worked with area homeowners to make their homes as healthy and comfortable as possible. For indoor air quality concerns, call Ed’s Comfort Solutions, Inc. at (866) 429-0417 today.
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