Turn Stale Air Into Fresh Air
A home needs to breathe and circulate fresh air much the way humans do. In ideal conditions, it takes in good air and exhausts bad air.
Efforts to make homes more energy efficient, such as weather stripping, caulk, sealants, and moisture barriers have tightened the home, reducing air changes and locking stale air inside. This compromised air quality can impact the health and safety of the occupants. Also, when a home suffocates with a lack of air, laundry dryers, range hood fans and bathroom fans do not exhaust as efficiently, taking more time to do their jobs and wasting precious energy.