Ventilation

Ventilation is one of the important systems that you need to ensure is in order at all times. It helps to keep your home cool as well as maintain a high air quality level. Over the years, we have mastered the art of installation ventilation equipment as well as maintaining them. Our ability to offer high quality ventilation services consistently is one of the attributes that have helped us to stay on top in this industry.

Here are three important parts of your ventilation system that you should know and what we can do to help keep the system functioning well.

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Air Ducts

The main role of these air ducts is to supply air in and out of the house. For instance, they help to supply cool air to all rooms during summer. Accumulation of dust and other forms of debris inside the ducts can compromise the quality of the air inside your home. Our team has the ability to not only install the ducts but also carry out other maintenance tasks such as cleaning. All you need to do is contact our support team and request for a quote. Depending on the type of service that you want, we might decide to first come to your premises to assess the current status of the ducts in order to come up with a comprehensive quote as well as a plan on how to carry out the necessary repairs.

Cleaning and Changing Filters

This is another important component of the ventilation system that needs to be checked more often for flaws. Their main role is to prevent dust from coming into contact with the inner parts of the heating and ventilation system. Accumulation of dust inside the system results to other complication such as overheating and high-energy consumption. Our team will come to your premises and check the filters manually to know if they need to be changed or cleaned. You do not have to be onsite for us to work and deliver the expected results.

Set Standards of Ventilation

For residential buildings, the measure used to determine if the buildings meet the ventilation needs is referred to as common ventilation rate. It is determined by the rate at which air changes within a specific period of time. For instance, it can be calculated on an hourly basis depending on the total space of the room. For instance, ACH during winter usually ranges between 0.5 and 0.41 in homes that have a tight ventilation whole the loosely insulated houses can have a rating of between 1.11 to 1.50.

Our team have the tools and expertise required to determine the ventilation rating of your house in less than an hour. We will go an extra mile and give you insights on what you can do to improve the system to enhance your homes comfort level.

These are three most important components and facts about the system that you should know. Just like the air conditioning system, you will need to keep it working well at all times to get maximum utility. Contact us today for more details on how we can improve the efficiency and lifespan of your ventilation system.