Lennox® Ventilation

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Contemporary homes are built with efficiency top of mind. But that also means they’re solidly sealed and can have stuffy air.

With appropriate ventilation, your house can avoid mildew, allergen accumulation and similar air quality issues. Good ventilation also lets you eliminate intense odors, like cooking smells or tobacco smoke.

While opening a window can help temporarily, it can’t be used all year. It can also be difficult if your anyone in your family suffers from allergies.

Lennox® home ventilation systems in Tucker, Georgia, provide an energy-efficient solution: swapping stuffy interior air with renewed outdoor air. They’re created to match with any heating and cooling system. Plus, they don’t generate any ozone, a toxic gas that can aggravate your lungs.

ACS Heating and Air Conditioning can help you find the correct fit for your space and the local climate. Give our heating and cooling professionals a ring at 770-450-1539 to start experiencing fresher air today.

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3 Signals Your Home Should Have a Ventilation System

There are a few signals you should consider house ventilation, starting with:

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1. Enduring odors

If you have trouble getting powerful aromas out of your space, you could have a ventilation problem.

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2. Musty air

The air in your home should feel fresh, but stuffy zones mean you likely have insufficient ventilation. 

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3. Excessive dust

Dust can get stuck more quickly in areas with insufficient airflow.

Classes of Ventilation Systems

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

Either is ideal for contemporary homes or remodeled homes with energy enhancements, but are created with a variety of climates in mind.

Places with a huge variety of weather patterns, including the Midwest, can find advantages from both systems. Contact us for more information about which type is better for Tucker.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

HRV functions best in cold climates. It exhausts air from your home, swapping out fresh air from around your home.

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

Energy Recovery Ventilation

ERV is best for warm, humid climates. It draws the heat and moisture out of your house’s air and pushes it out of your home. This helps you keep ideal humidity levels in your house. Well-adjusted humidity can keep your house more comfortable and let you use your air conditioning less frequently—saving you more money on cooling expenses.

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Start Breathing Fresher Air Today

Our certified pros can help get your home’s indoor air quality to a better level. Give us a call at 770-450-1539 or contact us online to schedule an appointment right away.

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