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Ventilation

What to Know About Balanced Ventilation

Balanced ventilation

Balanced ventilation remedies indoor air quality issues without the drawbacks of standard one-way ventilation methods. Fresh outdoor air is often in short supply in today’s tightly air-sealed, energy-efficient homes. Often, the indoor environment stagnates as fumes and airborne particulates accumulate. Exhaust-only approaches that merely pull air out of the house depressurize the premises, sucking unhealthy,…

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Should Your Garage Be Climate Controlled?

If you find yourself putting off working in the garage because the temperatures are uncomfortable, it might be time to think about climate control for that space. Throughout the winter, the temperatures are more likely to be too cold to use the garage in the evenings for projects and are definitely times in the summer…

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Home Ventilation History

Home Ventilation History

Dust, moisture, gases, odors, and other pollutants can build up to high levels indoors. Your home needs to breathe to get this dirty air out. That’s where ventilation comes in. Ventilation has come a long way from humble beginnings to the modern mechanical ventilation strategies we have today. Take a brief journey into the history…

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Proper Kitchen Ventilation for Thanksgiving Cooking

Proper Kitchen Ventilation for Thanksgiving Cooking

Hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your San Antonio home means that your stove and oven will be working hard. This can make your kitchen and the rest of your home feel stuffy and uncomfortably warm for you and all of your guests. Knowing more about proper kitchen ventilation can help ensure that your home stays comfortable…

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Does Ventilation Affect Temperature?

Does Ventilation Affect Temperature?

Ventilation is a paradox that San Antonio residents face every summer. Desirable fresh air ventilation inside homes drives cooling costs way up, as does the lack of air flow in the attic. But thanks to HVAC solutions, getting the fresh air where you need it is possible for better air quality and comfort. In the…

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Supply Vents and Return Vents: Identifying HVAC Vents in Your Home

Supply Vents and Return Vents: Identifying HVAC Vents in Your Home

Your HVAC vents distribute summer coolness and winter warmth to all rooms in your home. Household ductwork and vents that circulate conditioned air actually comprise two separate systems: Supply HVAC vents push cooled or heated air from the central air handler into each room. Usually, the supply vent is located high on a wall near…

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Home Remodel? Consider These HVAC Needs in Bathroom Ventilation

A home remodel gives you an opportunity to get it right by making your home more efficient, as well as improving comfort and facilitating savings. One area of key importance where you can do just that is with a bathroom HVAC project. Sure, there’s already likely a bathroom vent that feeds the heating and cooling…

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Attic-Sealing Strategies Give San Antonians A Solid Plan For Efficiency

Your attic isn’t just a place to store things. It’s an important part of your home’s ability to “breathe.” And with San Antonio’s high summer heat and fluctuating humidity, a properly functioning attic is especially important. It allows your heating and cooling system to work efficiently year round, keeping you comfortable and protecting your home…

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Ceiling Fans Give Your Comfort A Huge Boost By Enhancing Cooling Equipment

Here in South Texas our weather patterns can make staying comfortable indoors a real challenge. Fans can complement your cooling system, and there are several reasons to choose ceiling fans over free-standing or window-mounted types. Ceiling fans save space, and they’re much more aesthetically pleasing. But their biggest advantage is that they work more efficiently…

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