Ventilation

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Current dwellings are constructed for energy efficiency, but tight joints can lead to dry enclosed air.

A home ventilation system in Brandon, Manitoba, can fix that issue by replacing stale enclosed air with crisp outdoor air.

Our sales staff can guide you in discovering the correct exhaust ventilation system for your home and the local weather. Call us at 204-728-0180 to begin now.

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Does Your Home Demand Additional Air Circulation?

There are a few indications that you require more airflow in your residence.

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Scents Don’t Clear Out

You may have a house ventilation issue if you have difficulty removing pungent smelly air, like cooking smells or cigarette smoke.

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Stuffy Air

Your house’s air should be invigorating, not musty.

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Extreme Amount of Dust Particles

While some dust is inevitable, space with insufficient airflow may hold a larger amount of dirt particles.

5 Benefits of a Good Ventilation System

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Here are some perks of adding a ventilation system to your living space:
  1. Works with most HVAC systems.
  2. Adds crisp air without needing to open windows.
  3. Helps you stay away from dust.
  4. Eliminates bad odors.
  5. Can improve your residence’s interior air freshness.

Which Ventilation System is Right for Your Home?

There are a couple of ventilation systems—heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV).

While each are suitable for brand new or remodeled energy-saving houses, the type you require takes into account your regional conditions. Residences in certain areas, such as the Midwest, can benefit from each of them.

Get more information about the equipment we provide. Or give us a call at 204-728-0180 for more facts on which specifically is right for you and your loved ones.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

  1. Designed for frigid climates.
  2. Exhausts air from your living space and switches it with refreshing air from the outside.
  3. Maintains heat so you won’t have to heat the fresh air.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

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

Enjoy Healthier Air with Improved Home Ventilation

Advance your house’s inside air quality to the next level with guidance from our heating and cooling staff. Give us a call at 204-728-0180 or contact us online to request a meeting now.

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