Lennox® Ventilation

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

With correct ventilation, your space can skip mildew, allergen increases and related air quality challenges. Proper ventilation also lets you air out sharp odors, like cooking smells or tobacco smoke.

While opening a window can be useful at times, it isn’t practical in every season. It can also be a problem if anyone in your home deals with allergies.

Lennox® home ventilation systems in Middle Georgia, Georgia, offer an energy-efficient option: swapping stuffy inside air with new outdoor air. They’re built to function with any heating and cooling system. Plus, they don’t make any ozone, a toxic gas that can inflame your lungs.

Air Concepts of Middle Georgia can help you single out the correct model for your home and the local environment. Give our heating and cooling professionals a call at 478-200-5689 to start taking in fresher air as soon as possible.

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3 Signs Your Space Should Have a Ventilation System

There are a few indications you should have house ventilation, such as:

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1. Lasting odors

If you have issues getting strong aromas out of your home, you might have a ventilation concern.

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2. Musty air

The air in your house should seem fresh, but stale zones mean you could have insufficient ventilation. 

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3. Disproportionate dust

Dust can build up more frequently in rooms with stifled airflow.

Kinds of Ventilation Systems

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

Either is great for new homes or recently updated homes with energy upgrades, but are created with a variety of climates in mind.

Environments with a large range of weather patterns, including the Midwest, can get value from either system. Contact us for extra information about which option is best for Middle Georgia.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

HRV functions best in chillier climates. It exhausts air from your house, swapping out fresh air from outside your home.

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

Energy Recovery Ventilation

ERV is great for warm, humid environments. It takes the heat and moisture out of your space’s air and leaves it out of your home. This helps you hold ideal humidity levels in your rooms. Balanced humidity can keep your home more comfortable and cause you to use your air conditioning less often—saving you more money on cooling charges.

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Start Breathing Fresher Air Today

Our certified pros can help take your home’s indoor air quality to a higher level. Give us a call at 478-200-5689 or contact us online to book an appointment right away.

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