Lennox® Ventilation

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Contemporary homes are produced with efficiency top of mind. But that also means they’re strongly sealed and can be a bit stifling.

With appropriate ventilation, your house can dodge mildew, allergen accumulation and similar air quality problems. Efficient ventilation also allows you to get rid of strong odors, like food smells or tobacco smoke.

While opening a window can help for a time, it isn’t practical in all weather. It can also be almost useless if anyone in your home deals with allergies.

Lennox® home ventilation systems in Ballwin and St. Charles, Missouri, give you an energy-efficient fix: swapping stuffy inside air with new outdoor air. They’re designed to operate with any home comfort system. Plus, they don’t make any ozone, a toxic gas that can hurt your lungs.

Air Alliance Team can help you select the perfect model for your family and the local environment. Give our heating and cooling technicians a ring at 636-206-4250 to start experiencing fresher air today.

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3 Signals Your Family Should Have a Ventilation System

There are a a couple signals you should look into house ventilation, including:

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1. Enduring odors

If you have trouble getting potent smells out of your home, you may have a ventilation concern.

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2. Stuffy air

The air in your rooms should seem fresh, but musty sectors mean you might have inadequate ventilation. 

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3. Lots of dust

Dust can develop more often in areas with stifled ventilation.

Types of Ventilation Systems

There are two kinds of ventilation systems—heat recovery ventilation (HRV) and energy recovery ventilation (ERV).

Either is a good fit for contemporary homes or renovated homes with energy enhancements, but are designed with different climates in mind.

Regions with a large variety of weather patterns, such as the Midwest, can find advantages from either option. Contact us for extra information about which system is best for Ballwin and St. Charles.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

HRV functions best in cold climates. It exhausts air from your house, replacing it with fresh air from the outdoors.

As an energy-efficient option, it maintains the heat from your indoor air. That way, you shouldn’t have to pay to treat fresh (but colder) air from outside.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

ERV is a good fit for warm, humid areas. It sucks the heat and moisture out of your space’s air and pushes it out of your home. This helps you hold the best humidity levels in your space. Balanced humidity can keep your place more comfortable and let you use your air conditioning less often—saving you more money on cooling expenses.

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Begin Breathing Fresher Air As Soon As Possible

Our certified pros can help take your home’s indoor air quality to a better level. Reach us at 636-206-4250 or contact us online to book an appointment now.

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