Lennox® Ventilation

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Present-day houses are built with efficiency as a goal. But that also means they’re firmly sealed and can have stuffy air.

With appropriate ventilation, your house can dodge mildew, allergen accumulation and related air quality challenges. Good ventilation also lets you eliminate intense scents, like kitchen smells or tobacco smoke.

While relying a window can help for a time, it isn’t useful year-round. It can also be almost useless if an individual in your home deals with allergies.

Lennox® home ventilation systems in Wyandotte, Michigan, provide an energy-efficient fix: switching stale indoor air with renewed outdoor air. They’re built to pair with any heating and cooling system. Plus, they don’t create any ozone, a toxic gas that can inflame your lungs.

Gee & Missler Heating & Air Conditioning can help you select the proper option for your home and the local climate. Give our heating and cooling pros a buzz at 734-284-1224 to start experiencing fresher air as soon as possible.

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3 Signs Your Home Should Have a Ventilation System

There are a a variety of signals you should look into house ventilation, including:

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1. Lingering odors

If you have trouble getting intense odors out of your house, you likely have a ventilation issue.

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2. Musty air

The air in your space should seem fresh, but musty spots mean you could have inadequate ventilation. 

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3. Excessive dust

Dust can develop more frequently in areas with inadequate ventilation.

Categories of Ventilation Systems

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

Both are a good fit for new homes or remodeled homes with energy improvements, but are built with many climates in mind.

Places with a huge range of weather patterns, like the Midwest, can benefit from either system. Contact us for extra information about which type is better for Wyandotte.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

HRV functions best in cold climates. It ejects air from your space, replacing it with fresh air from outside your home.

As an energy-efficient option, it keeps the heat from your indoor air. That way, you won’t have to pay to warm fresh (but chillier) air from the outdoors.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

ERV is a good fit for warm, humid places. It draws the heat and moisture out of your space’s air and sends it outside. This lets you maintain ideal humidity levels in your space. Well-adjusted humidity can keep your place more comfortable and allow you to use your air conditioning less—saving you more money on cooling charges.

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Start Breathing Fresher Air As Soon As Possible

Our certified pros can help take your residence’s indoor air quality to the next level. Reach us at 734-284-1224 or contact us online to schedule an appointment now.

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