Home Ventilation Repair & Installation in Santa Clarita
Expert Services to Keep Your Home Well Ventilated
Your home is where you go to relax after a long day. However, it isn’t always the safest place. Contaminants from the outside world can sneak in and infect the air quality of your home—things such as: too much moisture, carbon monoxide, and various pollutants can harm not only your home, but you and your family’s health. Typically, any home builder will try to insulate and build the most air-tight house they can. Proper insulation not only helps keep harmful pollutants out, but also could save you on cooling and heating costs.
If you are concerned about the air quality, or air pressure of your home, contact our qualified professionals at Sol-Aire Air Conditioning Co. immediately. We can help you find quick and long-lasting solutions that will improve the quality of life for everyone under your roof.
Kinds of Home Ventilation
According to the U.S. Department of Energy there are 3 forms of home ventilation methods including whole house ventilation, spot ventilation, and natural ventilation. The simplest of these is natural ventilation, which consists of opening the windows and doors to your home as to replace the air in your house. However, as technology has evolved, new ways of controlling your home’s air have been found.
Spot ventilation refers to the ability to create exhausts in certain portions of your home, common examples include your kitchen and/or bathroom. This form of exhaust typically works in unison with natural ventilation as it is not a whole house option and alternatively just covers certain rooms in a home that are known to have high humidity, or other pollutants.
However, there is also the option for whole-home ventilation that services your entire home by placing a more advanced exhaust/air duct system that will constantly replace air throughout your home. This comes in three forms, exhaust only as a way of removing only bad air, supply only as a way of introducing fresh air, and a balanced system that performs both functions.
Contact Our Santa Clarita HVAC Professionals
If you believe your home is suffering from air leakage, or air pollution, it is important to get a second opinion and begin reviewing your options as soon as possible. At Sol-Aire Air Conditioning Co,. your family’s safety and happiness are our primary concerns. We have been performing AC maintenance and repair work for decades and offer warranties up to 15 years.
Contact us today by calling (818) 319-4636 to speak with a local Santa Clarita air conditioning specialist.