Have you ever thought about the V in HVAC? The V stands for ventilation. Poor ventilation can reduce the efficiency of your heating and cooling system and can have negative impacts on your indoor air quality. Newer constructions are more "air-tight" than older buildings and while this is good from an energy efficiency standpoint, it can be a challenge to get enough fresh air into your home or building. In the most minor case, the air in your space will feel uncomfortable and stagnant. In the worst case, the lack of airflow can trap toxins and pollutants inside your home or office that can make you and others very sick. The solution is adding a ventilator to your heating and cooling system. A ventilator adds the correct amount of fresh air from outside to the air inside your home or office.
Benefits of Adding a Ventilator
Increase comfort - When your heating and cooling system has the right amount of fresh air, it doesn't have to work as hard to keep temperature or force air through quickly-gunked up air filters. When your system works more efficiently, it can keep you more comfortable.
- Save money - A properly ventilated HVAC system works more efficiently. The more efficiently any system works, the less energy it consumes. This translates to savings on your utility bills.
- Cleaner indoor air - Adding the proper amount of fresh air helps circulate out toxins and pollutants from your indoor air. The fewer toxins and other contaminants there are in your indoor air, the better your indoor air quality and the better your health.
- Reduces wear and tear on your HVAC system - Because a ventilator helps your overall HVAC system work more efficiently, it naturally reduces wear and tear on your system, giving it a longer lifespan before major repairs or replacement are needed.
Bryant offers three lines of ventilators with a number of different airflow capacities so you can be sure there is a unit to meet the needs of your home or business. Carolina Comfort Systems is your official authorized Bryant dealer. We can have our specialists evaluate your current system and airflow needs to ensure you get the unit that is best for your home or office.