Three Steps to Improve Home Ventilation

Did you know that an awful lot of moisture can be trapped in your house? Cooking, washing dishes, taking baths and showers, even breathing releases excess moisture into the air. Unless that moisture is moved out, your home can begin suffering with growth of mold and mildew.

To be sure this doesn’t happen to you, start with the two rooms that are the main source of moisture: the bathroom and the kitchen.

First you need to have a quality bath fan. Use it every time you bathe, and keep it running at least 15 minutes after your bath or shower.

When cooking, always use the range hood. And both the range hood and bath fan should be vented to the outside.

Finally, to keep air circulating consistently throughout the entire home, consider a whole house filtration system.

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