A Guide to Home Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality

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Every home needs ventilation to exchange stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air. In fact, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has found that indoor air may be up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. That’s due to moisture, mold, and chemicals from carpets, clothing, paint, cabinets and other common items. This home ventilation and indoor air quality guide, sponsored by Broan-NuTone, is everything you need to know about the air in your home and the benefits of proper ventilation. Included:

  • Home Ventilation Overview
  • Whole House Ventilation
  • Whole House Ventilation Options
  • Benefits of Whole House Ventilation
  • Humidity Control
  • Air Quality
  • Spot Ventilation
  • Kitchen Air Control
  • Bathroom Air Control
  • Odor Control
  • Fan Control Options
  • Central Vacuum Systems

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