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Looking Back on the History of Ventilation History

Looking Back on the History of Ventilation History

Although ventilation itself has been around as long as houses, modern ventilation systems got their start only around two centuries ago. Since then, they’ve evolved into reliable systems that provide

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Why Kitchen Ventilation During Thanksgiving is Important

Why Kitchen Ventilation During Thanksgiving is Important

When you have the oven going and pots on the stovetop preparing a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, your kitchen and other rooms in your home can become overly warm and stuffy.

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Ventilation and Your Home’s Temperature

Ventilation and Your Home's Temperature

The length and intensity of Florida summers pose a challenge for adequate ventilation in homes. Enough fresh air prevents stale air from building and in the case of attics, excessive

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Why Remodeling is the Perfect Time to Upgrade Your Kitchen Ventilation

Why Remodeling is the Perfect Time to Upgrade Your Kitchen Ventilation

If you’re planning to remodel your kitchen, don’t forget to add ventilation over the range. Ventilation, properly exhausted to the outdoors, is a real boon to any kitchen, as anyone

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The Most Crucial Areas of Your Home for Ventilation

The Most Crucial Areas of Your Home for Ventilation

Most of us are attuned these days to thinking in terms of maintaining efficient homes so that we can keep our utility bills lower. The topic of ventilation, which is

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3 Ventilation Options to Help Cool Your Martin County Home

3 Ventilation Options to Help Cool Your Martin County Home

The Florida summer heat can be brutal, and anything that helps homeowners manage it can be valuable. The last thing most Martin County homeowners want is to bring in the

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What Are the Top Benefits of Energy Recovery Ventilators?

A home that is extremely well-sealed is much more comfortable and cheaper to live in, but a thorough seal can also result in a ventilation reduction. An energy recovery ventilator is a practical and efficient

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If Your Home’s Air Quality Needs a Boost, Put a Few Green Plants in the Room

Many people think of air pollution as an outdoor problem, but indoor air can be polluted as well. Your home’s air quality may be negatively affected by household cleaners, building materials, or off-gassing

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Consider Installing a Home Ventilation System — Here’s Why You Should

From bahiagrass pollen to oak trees and humidity, South Florida is no stranger to mold and allergens. If you suffer from any allergy symptoms, you may find relief with a

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Keep Dust Down in Your St. Lucie Area Home with These Suggestions

Dust is a huge concern in newer, tightly sealed homes. Once it gets in, if your forced-air cooling and heating equipment don’t have effective air filtration and ventilation, dust can

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