Benefits of A Whole Home Ventilation System

If you are a homeowner that is concerned about the quality of the air your family breathes every day inside the home, this article today is for you. Perhaps you invest in appliances with high-quality filters or have a series of dehumidifiers throughout your house. Maybe you have taken up a green thumb and decorated your living areas with plants that are keen on filtering out pollutants in order to increase the efficiency of cleaning your air. However you go about it, our company professionally installs the EZ Breathe Whole Home Ventilation System for homes all across Middle Tennessee. Here are some of the reasons why:

  1. The EPA has identified that the indoor air quality of American homes can be up to 5x more polluted than outdoor air!
  2. Homes are being built to be much more efficient than they used to. This means less communication with outdoor air and more trapping of pollutants inside.
  3. In some homes, the pollutants can accumulate to such high levels (from anything from cleaning products to smoking) that families experience respiratory symptoms as a result.
  4. Other ventilation systems available to homeowners are marketed as solutions that also work to introduce pleasant smells into the home while it works. These units have been shown to only increase the toxicity of your air quality.

By creating an air exchange in your home, the pollutants are pulled out of the air in your home and expelled to the outdoors while simultaneously drawing fresh air in. The EZ Breathe whole home ventilation system unit works passively, therefore requires very little energy to perform the filtering and ventilation your family needs to be able to breathe a little easier. Our team of dedicated professionals will install the unit in the location best-determined to deliver the level of ventilation and dehumidification you need, including the basement or crawl space.

Give Barrier Waterproofing Systems a call today at (615) 257-1060 | (931) 536-1168 and schedule a FREE evaluation of your indoor air quality and where the best location might be for a new system to increase your family’s quality of life.