At one time, it was possible to achieve natural ventilation in our homes by simply opening a window.
However, with growing concerns about rising energy costs, we have been busy making homes “tighter” from an efficiency standpoint. Armed with weather stripping and caulk guns, we have eliminated air leaks from our homes.
Unfortunately, that means contaminants have no way to escape.
Pollutants in your home’s air can cause poor indoor air quality, which in turn may cause dizziness and headaches, plus aggravate allergies and asthma.