Mechanical ventilation offers homeowners technology that provides high quality indoor air, increases energy efficiency, decreases airborne pollutants, and reduces the likelihood of respiratory problems. A residential mechanical ventilation system will also extract stale air, recover heat using a heat exchange core, and transfer this recovered heat to the fresh incoming air.
Homeowners often have a lot of questions about the use of mechanical ventilation and how the system will impact the other parts of the home. Many of our clients are surprised to learn that:
- A mechanical ventilation system won't prevent you from opening windows and letting fresh air enter the home naturally.
- A fireplace can still be an important part of your home's comfort as long as proper sealing and ventilation practices are followed.
- If you like the cool breeze provided by a ceiling fan, you can continue its use with a mechanical ventilation system.
- Most homeowners don't feel or hear anything while the mechanical ventilation system is providing clean air to the home.
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