Tightly sealed homes today save energy and reduce utility bills, but they also can trap pollutants inside your home.
Installing ventilation fans that are vented to the outside is a great way to remove odors, humidity, and pollutants in any room in your house, including:
- Laundry rooms
- Utility rooms
- Home theaters
- Exercise rooms
- Craft rooms
If you really want to go one step further, consider a balanced air system. This ensures you’ll have a continuous supply of fresh air entering your home.
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Today’s tightly sealed homes trap pollutants in many different rooms. Ventilation fans are a great solution for removing not just excess humidity and odors in a bathroom, but a variety of unwanted pollutants throughout the home.
Quickly remove detergent smells and excess heat and humidity in laundry or utility rooms. A ventilation fan in your kitchen removes odors and steam. Install a ventilation fan in home theaters, closets, exercise or craft rooms to keep the air fresh and clean.
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