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Current houses are created for energy efficiency, but tight seals can cause stale interior air.

A home ventilation system in Portland, Oregon, can fix that issue by replacing stale indoor air with fresh natural air.

Our professionals can guide you in discovering the right exhaust ventilation system for your living space and your area’s weather. Give us a call at 503-213-4433 to get started now.

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Does Your Home Require Additional Air Movement?

There are a handful of telltale signs that you require more air movement in your house.

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Smells Will Not Go Away

You could possibly have a home ventilation problem if you have trouble removing strong smells, like frying smells or cigarette smoke.

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Stale Air

Your house’s air should be invigorating, not stale or stuffy.

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Extreme Amount of Dust Particles

While a little dust is inevitable, rooms with inadequate airflow may have an abundance of dirt.

5 Perks of an Effective Ventilation System

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Here are some advantages of including a system to your house:
  1. Complements most HVAC equipment.
  2. Provides fresh air without wanting to open windows.
  3. Helps you avoid dust.
  4. Removes rotten smells.
  5. Can improve your house’s indoor air purity.

Which Ventilation System is the Best for Your Home?

There are two kinds of ventilation systems—heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV).

While each are suitable for recent or remodeled energy-saving dwellings, the style you need depends on your regional climate. Residences in some parts of the country, such as the the middle of the United States, can benefit from the pair.

Learn more about the systems our company can offer. Or contact us at 503-213-4433 for extra information on which exactly is best for you.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

  1. Designed for cold climates.
  2. Blows air from your house and switches it with natural air from out of doors.
  3. Retains heat so you won’t have to heat up the outside air.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

  1. Designed for hot areas of the United States.
  2. Moves heat and excess moisture into the outside air.
  3. Stabilizes dampness so you can run your air conditioning not as much.

Appreciate Cleaner Air with Advanced Home Ventilation

Take your residence’s inside air quality to the next level with help from our heating and cooling technicians. Call us at 503-213-4433 or contact us via email to book a meeting today.

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