Enjoy Excellent Air Quality with a Whole Home Ventilation System
Today’s homes are built to be airtight to maximize energy efficiency, but this causes a problem for indoor air quality because it allows pollutants and contaminants to build up in your home environment. So what can you do to improve your home’s air quality? For many of our Phoenix and Tucson area customers the answer is adding a whole house ventilation system.
A whole house ventilation system promotes the indoor air quality of your home by providing fresh, clean air. It exchanges the polluted indoor air for cleaner outdoor air, without changing the temperature of your home. Integrating a whole-house ventilation system into your heating and air conditioning system can reduce the installation cost of the ventilation system by making use of existing fans and ducts to distribute fresh outdoor air throughout the house.
Benefits of a Whole House Ventilation System
- Cleaner Air. With a whole house ventilation system, you can reduce the amount of pollutants in your air without needing to open a single window or door.
- Helps Control Humidity Levels. A whole house ventilation system helps control the indoor humidity levels by transferring in air that has not been dried out by your HVAC system.
- Energy Efficiency. While opening a window will help ventilate your home, it lets your conditioned air escape, too. Whole house ventilation systems are inexpensive to operate and can retain 70-80 percent of your conditioned temperature of your indoor air that leaves your home.
When you think Whole House Ventilation Systems, think Alaskan!
Energy experts often quote the axiom, “seal tight, ventilate right” as their recommended approach to house ventilation. Call Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating to have your whole house ventilation system installed in your Phoenix or Tucson are home today.