The ventilation of the house defines the way air circulates between the rooms, but also between the indoor and outdoor environments. The HVAC abbreviation, known for “Heat, Ventilation and Air Conditioning”, is the technology of indoor comfort, aiming to provide thermal comfort and acceptable quality of indoor air.
A correct, efficient Denver HVAC system, installed according to the needs of the house, ensures an optimal air circulation and purification, keeping away dust, allergens and unpleasant odors, controlling humidity and keeping the air fresh.
House ventilation – natural or produced by other mechanical means, for example through an air conditioner -, if it is effective, it removes dust and allergens from the house, ensuring the health and comfort of the inhabitants. In addition, it controls the humidity level, preventing the problems related to dry or excessively humid environments.
Mechanical ventilation systems ensure uniform ventilation of the entire home, while the air is purified through the filters. You can opt for integrated systems throughout the house or for the ventilation of a single room. Furthermore, mechanical equipment can be integrated into heating and cooling systems, such as air conditioning units.
When we talk about how much ventilation the house needs, we must take into account the type of each room. For example, for rooms with high humidity, such as kitchens and bathrooms, a constant flow of air is recommended because high humidity can lead to mold formation and all the related issues.