bathroom ventilation

February 14, 2017

The Most Crucial Areas of Your Home to Ventilate

You probably use your kitchen and bathroom ventilation fans regularly to help remove cooking smoke, lingering odors and steam. These are obvious and immediate indoor air quality issues. Other indoor air quality issues, such as allergens, germs and VOCs, aren’t as obvious day to day, and may be trapped and proliferating in the rooms you spend the most time. Keep reading to learn about ventilating options to make your home more healthful and comfortable. Bedrooms and Living Rooms The most […]
June 16, 2016

This is Why Bathroom Ventilation is Important

In Peachtree City’s humid climate, good indoor ventilation is essential for your comfort and health. Bathroom ventilation is especially important due to the extra humidity in this room. How Good Ventilation Helps Taking showers, flushing the toilet, and washing your hands all add moisture to the air in your bathroom. Ventilation removes the trapped moisture, which provides a number of benefits. Stay more comfortable — High humidity can make you feel chillier in low temperatures and hotter in high temperatures. […]
October 15, 2015

What’s the Right Way to Ventilate Your Bathroom?

When air from your bathroom is ventilated out via your exhaust fan, do you know where it goes? And just what does your fan do for your home anyway? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone. Many homeowners don’t know how their bathroom ventilation systems work and whether or not they’re up to par. Read on to learn all that you need to know about properly venting your home’s bathrooms. A Closer Look at Bathroom Ventilation We all know that […]