Air in indoor areas can capture and collect all kinds of harmful substances. Dust particles from paint or glue may escape, and then enter the air inside. If you’re breathing contaminated air, you will likely not be feeling at most optimal. It is essential to circulate air. Stale air can also accumulate CO2 that can trigger headaches, lightheadedness and sleepiness. Even dangerous when it is at higher levels. Also, mold may form slowly in time. In this instructional video you’ll learn about ways to enhance the indoor air quality.
One of the best ways to improve air circulation is with an HRV or ERV. These devices take air from outside and then pump it into the room while simultaneously taking in air and pumping it to the outside. Since the warmer air blows out it is transferring it’s energy to cool air flowing in. Thus, there’s little heat loss during winter.
A different method to ensure better quality air is to use the air purifier. It will remove allergens of your air. Additionally, you can apply filters that can be used to remove allergens from your vents.