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What is It?
Ventilation is the exchange of indoor air for outdoor air.
Two types of home ventilation methods include natural and
mechanical ventilation. In natural ventilation, outside air
enters the house through opened doors and windows. In
mechanical ventilation, there are electronic devices such as
fans that remove air from a single room, to whole-house
systems that remove polluted indoor air and then distribute
filtered and conditioned outdoor air throughout the house.
Why Do I Need Mechanical Ventilation?
According to the EPA, sources of indoor pollution that
release gases or contaminants into the air are the primary
cause of indoor air quality problems in homes. Not providing
enough ventilation can aggravate and increase indoor
pollutant levels by not bringing in enough fresh, outdoor
air to dilute indoor source emissions and also by not
carrying enough of potentially unhealthy indoor air
pollutants out of the home.
“Your home needs ventilation—the exchange of indoor air with
outdoor air—to reduce indoor pollutants, moisture, and
odors. Contaminants such as formaldehyde, volatile organic
compounds, and radon can accumulate in poorly ventilated
homes, causing health problems.”
Latitude Condensing units begin as low as $939.99.
Affinity Air Condensing Units:
•Two Stage Scroll: 8T Series start at $ 1,800
•Single Stage: 3S Series start $ 1251.22
•Single Stage: 2S Series $ 1141.05
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