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Indoor Air Quality

Homes today are so air tight they often trap humidity and pollutants indoors, leaving behind stale air. Find out more about indoor air quality by contacting Kool-Vent Inc.

HRVs/ERVs by Venmar & Lifebreath
(Heat Recovery Ventilation/Energy Recovery Ventilation) 

The Lifebreath air exchanger: energy efficient for a healthier environment.

Indoor air quality can be improved with proper ventilation. Optimal indoor air quality levels are achieved in homes that are equipped with a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV).  Thanks to the unique ability of a Lifebreath HRV and ERV to transfer the temperature of indoor stale air to the incoming fresh air, you’ll realize lower heating and cooling costs year round while enjoying all the benefits of superior indoor air quality.

The Venmar air exchanger: for a healthier environment.

Taking full advantage of your personal environment means being able to breathe the same fresh air indoors as you do outdoors. In fact, houses today are so well insulated that they trap humidity and pollutants indoors. The result is that more than 50% of homes show visible signs of humidity in the basement.



HUMIDIFIERS by GeneralAire

The air in your home absorbs moisture wherever it is found in your home. Less moisture in the air can adversely affect some allergy and asthma sufferers. To maintain a healthy level of moisture let Kool-Vent Inc assess your home’s Indoor Air Quality to meet your family’s needs.

An important part of keeping your system running efficiently filters serve two purposes: protecting your furnace and trapping airborne allergens that can affect your health.