Removing moisture and contaminants directly from sources improves air quality and home durability
Removing source contaminants and moisture from homes helps keep air healthy for occupants, and helps keep home humidity down. Excess humidity in houses can cause moisture damage, but what is not often considered is that added energy consumption involved, as heating moist air requires significantly more energy than heating dry air.
To further protect air quality, non-toxic building materials were chosen wherever possible, such as zero-voc finishes and formaldehyde-free wood engineered products.
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