We'd all like to have the feeling of fresh air circulating through our properties but unfortunately in the British Climate this is a lot easier said than done. Additionally, if you work all day or live on the ground floor you maybe concerned to leave your windows open all day for security risks.
If you want to get rid of stale, humid air in your home the first port of call is usually a dehumidifier. A dehumidifier is an electric appliance designed to remove excess moisture from the air and keep a room at optimum humidity. They can help keep condensation at bay which in turn prevents damp and improves the air quality in your home but there are limitations to purchasing a dehumidifier.
In comparison installing a whole house ventilation system may sound a little taunting but the long term and even short term benefits far outweigh the one-off installation.
So not only does a whole house ventilation solution do everything a dehumidifier does, it also doesn't come with any of the cons that a dehumidifier has.
Indoor air quality may not be high on your list of concerns. Most people don't associate health problems with the air in their homes and think, 'I'm just prone to headaches,' or 'my nose is always stuffy.' Yet, 81% of people are at risk of respiratory problems or dermatological conditions due to the air in their homes. There can be up to 900 toxins polluting the quality of our indoor air.
These indoor air pollutants can have serious long term health effects on our bodies. We know there is a direct correlation between smoking and health effects like heart disease, however indoor pollution can also cause respiratory problems.
Whole house ventilation is the best way to ensure the incoming air that comes into your property is fresh and filtered.
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