HRV helps a lot

Having dust sensitivities can be such a total bummer around here.

Allergies genuinely change how you are able to live your life every day.

What with all the sneezing and watering eyes, it’s literally all I can do to hold it together. I can make a lady a bit unhinged. In our area, for example, the pollen is almost a year round situation because stuff is blooming all the time throughout much of the year. I care about it here however that pollen in the air is just so taxing to deal with. However, moving is totally out of the question for both of us. This part is prone to heat. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C cooling is basically on much of the year to keep the loft comfortable. This can lead to high utility bills every month, especially in the summer. If left undiagnosed, the electric bill can get immense without noticing. In order to offset those utility costs, both of us do our best to be completely sure that the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C treated air doesn’t leak outside on us. Cool air leaking outside just drives up the cost and puts more and more demand on our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. So, both of us make certain that the loft is completely sealed up from floor to ceiling. That makes the air inside the loft seem recycled and stinks often tend to linger. But, opening the door or window to let in fresh air completely defeats the purpose. However, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C woman once said that both of us could add an HRV vent that would be excellent. This vent pulls in an equal amount of fresh air that the entire Heating, Ventilation, and A/C is awful from the house. It has worked wonders in our home and now both of us can cool our loft while getting some fresh air indoors as well.


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