IMPROVE YOUR INDOOR AIR QUALITY WITH A WHOLE HOUSE FAN
ACCORDING TO THE CDC:
“BRING AS MUCH FRESH AIR INTO YOUR HOME AS POSSIBLE. BRINGING FRESH, OUTDOOR AIR INTO YOUR HOME HELPS KEEP VIRUS PARTICLES FROM ACCUMULATING INSIDE.”
A BREATHING HOME IS A HEALTHY HOME
ARE YOU TIRED OF GERMS SPREADING ALL WINTER LONG
FUEL-BURNING COMBUSTION APPLIANCES
CABINETRY OR FURNITURE MADE OF CERTAIN PRESSED WOOD PRODUCTS
DETERIORATED ASBESTOS-CONTAINING INSULATION
NEWLY INSTALLED FLOORING, UPHOLSTERY OR CARPET
PRODUCTS FOR HOUSEHOLD CLEANING, PERSONAL CARE, OR HOBBIES
CENTRAL HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS AND HUMIDIFICATION DEVICES
OUTDOOR AIR POLLUTION
POLLEN AND DUST
Consider These Major Indoor Air Pollutants
Per the CDC, one of the four best things you can do for your home as it concerns the Recent Covid-19 outbreak is to increase ventilation by opening windows.
"whole-house fans can help protect people indoors from airborne transmission of COVID-19 because they increase ventilation with outside air to cool indoor spaces. " - Environmental Protective agency
EPA Report: Indoor Air Quality
Harvard has found that ventilation is a crucial part of how viruses and bacteria spread within indoor environments.
Harvard Opinion: How our buildings can be optimized to curb coronavirus
According to the Lung Association, effective ventilation may help keep bacteria, viruses and other pollutants out of the indoor air. Research shows that airflow and ventilation can alter how diseases spread indoors.
Research: Ventilated Buildings