Category Archives: Ventilation

How Do I Properly Ventilate a Bathroom?

Many homeowners just don’t get it when it comes to bathroom ventilation. They may think the main reason to have it is to remove stale bathroom odors, and that’s certainly

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Laundry Room Considerations for Ventilation

Laundry Room Considerations for Ventilation

The need for laundry room ventilation may become clearer as the weather warms and all that humidity washing and drying clothes generates isn’t welcome. Besides increasing the heat in your

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How to Deal with Moisture Around A/C Vents

How to Deal with Moisture Around A/C Vents

When you see signs of moisture around your HVAC vents, whether in the form of water stains or condensation, the problem should be addressed immediately so that damage doesn’t worsen.

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Importance of Bathroom Ventilation

Importance of Bathroom Ventilation

We can’t emphasize enough how important good bathroom exhaust ventilation is in our climate. High humidity is just one factor you have to deal with in the bathroom’s close quarters,

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These are the Areas of Your House That Need the Most Ventilation

These are the Areas of Your House That Need the Most Ventilation

These days, new homes are built airtight to make them more economical to heat and cool. While that can save you money, an airtight home may also become a haven

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Common Causes of Home Window Condensation

Common Causes of Home Window Condensation

If you discover water running down your windows, as well as discoloration and damage to window wood sills and trim, you’re seeing signs of a condensation problem. If it’s not

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Don’t Believe These Popular Attic Ventilation Myths

In Coastal Bend’s humid climate, your ventilation system is an invaluable tool for keeping your home and attic in good condition. Debunking the most common attic ventilation myths can help you make

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Attic Ventilation: Now That You’ve Insulated, Ensure Optimum Airflow

Although the Coastal Bend enjoys short, mild winters, it can get pretty cold, especially this past winter. Cold snaps can mean you keep all the windows and doors closed as

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A Guide to Ventilation Fans for Your Corpus Christi Home

Ventilation exhaust fans are a relatively new part of HVAC systems because they weren’t needed before today’s modern highly-insulated homes. Ventilation fans provide much needed air circulation to improve the

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Follow These Tips for Proper Wintertime Ventilation of Your Corpus Christi-area Home

Along with efficient air conditioning, proper ventilation is the key to staying comfortable in the Coastal Bend area’s humid climate. Ordinarily, just opening your doors to go in and out

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