Ventilation in the Home: A Breath of Fresh Air Breathe in. Now breathe out. Makes you kinda happy, right? Obviously your body does this all the time to cycle out the old air and bring in new air. But did you know that your living space needs the same type of circulation for a similar reason: to keep it clear of airborne contaminants? In-home air ventilation products exchange poor air for fresh air. Proper ventilation keeps things moving, allowing circulation of indoor air that keeps it from becoming stagnant. As plain and simple as it sounds, it’s really important! Experts estimate there are more than 300 chemicals used in those lovely home furnishings you’ve collected, from paints and finishes to carpets, wood flooring, insulation and furniture. You kept your receipts, right? If you are a new homebuyer, you are not exempt: new and remodeled homes are more tightly sealed for energy efficiency. That means less airflow, less circulation, and reduced movement. Indoor air can become stagnant , and contaminants are confined in your home. Yeah…sorry to burst the new home bubble, but it is important to find a solution. That’s called ventilation happiness, and Stark Services in Haltom City couldn’t agree more. Here’s how we can help you: let our experts install an air ventilation system—such as the Heat Recovery Ventilator, which transfers humidity outdoors, and keeps heat from indoor air before it’s discharged. This system and others monitor indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity, and then delivers the required air replacement continuously. Such systems are very efficient, adding 5% to 10% more fresh air every hour, essentially weakening the concentration of airborne contaminants. Help is available, so call Stark Services in Haltom City today at 817-668-6689. Our technicians will get your home in the Haltom City area fit with our ventilation products Service Experts style, so you and your home can breathe better. You’ll benefit from quality equipment choices, knowledge and expert service—for all makes and models, 24 hours a day.