Improve Indoor Air Quality with Whole House Ventilation

By: Guest Post

Tightly sealed homes today save energy and reduce utility bills, but they also can trap pollutants inside your home. Installing ventilation fans that are vented to the outside is a great way to remove odors, humidity, and pollutants in any room in your house, including:

  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchens
  • Laundry rooms
  • Utility rooms
  • Home theaters
  • Closets
  • Exercise rooms
  • Craft rooms

Watch this video to find out more.

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Today’s tightly sealed homes trap pollutants in many different rooms. Ventilation fans are a great solution for removing not just excess humidity and odors in a bathroom, but a variety of unwanted pollutants throughout the home.

Quickly remove detergent smells and excess heat and humidity in laundry or utility rooms. A ventilation fan in your kitchen removes odors and steam. Install a ventilation fan in home theaters, closets, exercise or craft rooms to keep the air fresh and clean.

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Improve Indoor Air Quality with Whole House Ventilation