All homes built from the 1960’s to today require the installation of an air exchanger. Modern homes are much more air tight than those of the past and have become more capable of trapping contaminants. These contaminants include moisture, dander, dust, human cells, mould, and other allergens. Without a properly working air exchanger the air becomes stale and unhealthy; the air inside your home can be up to ten times more polluted than the air outside!
Air exchangers are compiled of a series of ducts within the walls and ceilings of your home. They work continuously to move the stale air out of your home while simultaneously drawing fresh air from outside, warming it up, and replacing the stale air. Additionally, these contain a series of filtration systems, which help keep you and your family safe from allergens.