Home Ventilation & Dehumidifying in Saskatoon, SK and Surrounding Areas
Indoor comfort means much more than heating your home in winter and cooling it in winter. It also involves making sure that interior air is healthy for all occupants. For some individuals, it also means making sure that indoor comfort is as environmentally friendly as possible. At Efficiency Heating and Cooling, we offer home ventilation & dehumidifying and heat recovery ventilation that will keep your residence comfortable no matter what time of year it is while also ensuring that your indoor comfort has a minor effect on your overall carbon footprint.
Why Proper Ventilation is Important
Because many more homeowners are concerned about energy bills and their effect on the environment, residences are much more airtight, thanks to greater efficiency in windows, doors and building envelopes that reduce air exchanges between the interior and exterior. Air-tight buildings lead to a greater build-up of indoor toxins, which can lead to indoor air pollution that ultimately affects the health of all of those inside the building. We have ventilation solutions that will protect the integrity of your building envelope while also allowing the proper exchange of air between interior and exterior to improve your immediate environment.
The Canadian prairie can get hot and humid during the summer, necessitating not only air conditioning but also dehumidifying services. Removing excess humidity is important to your health and to the state of your home. Molds and bacteria thrive in cool, wet conditions, ultimately affecting your respiratory system. The presence of mold in your home can also affect its structure, rotting the residence from the inside out, ultimately leading to expensive repairs.
Heat Recovery Ventilation
If you are concerned about your impact on the environment, adding a heat recovery ventilation system can ease those concerns. These systems can be added to your existing home HVAC unit in Saskatoon to further improve the efficiency of your system during the colder winter months.