A fresh air appliance will allow you to bring fresh air in without sacrificing the energy your tightly insulated home worked so hard to preserve.
Your attic is an unconditioned area, which means that it should be similar to the same temperature and humidity as the outside air. Proper ventilation helps you avoid issues like mold, rot ice damming and more.
Does it sometimes feel like your back bedroom takes forever to get to the desired temperature after a long hot day? Extended duct run from the furnace, or air conditioner creates a lot of static pressure keeping the air from getting to upstairs or the back of your house.
A simple inline fan can do the job of boosting the air on demand.
Designing a bath involves many decisions that will ultimately affect its look and function, whether it be a busy family bathroom or a small guest bath with limited space. No matter what style bath you are designing, one thing remains the same - the need for proper ventilation.
For more than two decades, our quiet ventilating fans have protected bathrooms from the damaging effects of mold and mildew without disturbing your peace and quiet.
Basements tend to hold moisture and stale air particulates to create that signature smell. A fresh air appliance can introduce great quality air while also exporting undesirable smelly particles.
Keeping the lion’s mane conditioned and clean takes a lot of work… and there are a few smelly chemicals that help push the hair in the opposite direction of gravity. Some of these odors can be obnoxious or unhealthy to breath all day long.
Attached garage air quality matters because the space’s two main purposes are for parking emission-releasing vehicles and storing items that can include hazardous materials. Take a look what a simple inline fan installed on the exhaust wall can do to your well-being.
More and more, modern homes are turning their focus to the kitchen for entertainment rather than their flat screens.
Fantech offers a variety of solutions to help you create a quieter, healthier kitchen experience to be remembered for years to come.
Let Fantech help you extend the viable duct length of over 100 feet with our inline and externally mounted solutions.
Radon comes from uranium in the soil. When it breaks down, uranium releases odorless, colorless, tasteless gas called radon. The gas becomes dangerous when it enters your home thru cracks in foundation, pipes, sumps and unfinished floors. Learn more how you can protect your home and homes of those you care about.
He got his man cave, now this is all her. From cozy cottages to coastal retreats, she sheds prove that artists don't need a lot of space to have a seriously awesome backyard escape. No boys allowed, except for the time to put a ventilation solution in.
Building or retrofitting large homes are good for many reasons. But the average contractor might need just a little more to work with to tackle these big jobs. Fresh air appliances usually rated for commercial applications can complex work done. Bigger homes need bigger tools.
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