Ventilation

Learn about Ventilation

Experiencing irritated eyes, throat, or nose, maybe even a numerous amount of sudden headaches or fevers, this can all be a result of bad ventilation in a home. Having good ventilation in a home is crucial for someone’s wellbeing. Having ventilation in a home can remove lingering odors from pets, cooking and more. Ventilation is also important, due to the fact that it controls the amount of moisture in a home. When there is adequate ventilation in a home; moisture build up will be minimal, leaving the floor, walls, or wood in the home dry. Improper ventilation can cause moisture to accumulate rotting away the drywall, and wood. Not only will inadequate ventilation cause moisture to ruin a home, but it will also be the foundation for mold. Exposure to mold can cause a number of negative effects to a person. So in order assist a home in having exceptional ventilation, looking into bath fans, attic ventilators, and axial fans are a must.

Bath Fans

Bath Fans

Bath fans are designed to improve air quality while adding comfort. In order to accomplish this bath fans must vent moist air quickly to the outside. Bath fans are used to remove problems related with high humidity such as mildew growth, mold, and humid mirrors. Bath fans come in a wide variety of styles, including some with lights, heaters, night lights, motion sensors and more. The ability for a fan to move air is measured by Cubic Feet per Minute, or “CFM” When purchasing a bath fan there is a rule of thumb, every square foot is equal to one Cubic Foot per Minute. So a 50 Square Foot bathroom would need a bath fan with 50 CFM in order to have adequate ventilation.

Attic Ventilators

Attic Ventilators

An attic ventilator is a ventilation fan that blows heated air out of the attic. Homes during the summer time can reach temperatures upwards of 120 degrees, causing your home to warm up, increasing your air conditioners work load, making it less efficient. Attic ventilators come with two different power sources, one being the electrical, and the other being solar powered. Attic ventilation in a home year round can assist in minimizing moisture during the winter, while aiding in lowering the temperature of your home during the summer.

Inline Fans

Inline Fans

Inline fans are used to exhaust stale and polluted air. Typically connected in between ducts, inline fans are the ideal solution for expelling areas were you can’t install an exhaust fan. The inline fan is placed in the ductwork, where it then draws in the stale air. The stale or polluted air then travels through the ducts and eventually is released from your home.

Centrifugal Duct Fans

Centrifugal Duct Fans

Sturdy, quiet, reliable, and capable of operating in multiple conditions, these are some of the features that are associated with a centrifugal fan. Created for moving air and other gases, a centrifugal fan is a mechanical device that uses kinetic energy from its rotating blades to put an increase of pressure on the air. Centrifugal duct fans are typically used in ventilation systems for buildings, and can also be used in central heating and cooling systems.

 
 
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