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As we seal our homes to improve energy efficiency, reduce drafts, and help the environment, we lose the natural new air circulation necessary to carry away indoor pollutants such as carbon dioxide and formaldehyde, cooking odors, and moisture. Crossfield installs ventilation systems from Trane and Lifebreath that provide energy efficient, balanced, and controlled ventilation inside your home.
- Protects your health. Circulates out polluted air and brings in fresh air provides fresh, cleaner air, allowing you and your family to breathe healthier.
- Efficient. The system transfers heat from the exhausted air and preheats the fresh air to reduce energy costs.
- Custom installation. Since the system connects to your existing duct system every installation is individually designed and balanced to ensure optimum performance.
- Backed by a lifetime warranty. You can feel comfortable investing with us with our exclusive Crossfield Lifetime Craftsmanship Warranty, which is unmatched by any other provider in the area.
An important element to consider when thinking about proper ventilation in your home is humidity. Getting the right amount of humidity, or moisture, in the air is critical for several reasons.
Low humidity can leave your home's air very dry, which can lead to uncomfortable breathing, especially at night. You may find that you skin gets dried out and flaky or cracking, and your nose may be noticeably dry and even painful.
On the other hand, too much humidity can lead to a clammy feeling which can make you feel lazy or lethargic. Also, an excess of moisture in your home can promote mold, mildew, and fungus growth.
To combat low or high moisture in your home, you can use humidifiers and dehumidifiers, which will either add or subtract moisture from the air. Since natural humidity levels literally change with the weather and the season, it is not uncommon to have both a humidifier and a dehumidifier in the home. For more information about humidifiers, click HERE. For dehumidifiers, click HERE.