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What are Air-to-Air Exchangers?

Air-to-Air-Exchangers-300x200It’s the end of winter and Minneapolis residents can’t wait to throw open their windows and let some fresh air into their homes! Houses can get very stuffy and smelly after being sealed up all winter. The air in your house can also get quite polluted with dust, dander and smoke. In fact, the air inside your home is probably more polluted than the air outside! Interior air pollutions can cause or aggravate respiratory ailments like allergies and asthma.

For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, opening the windows to an onslaught of spring pollen may be just as bad as keeping the windows sealed. Those with chronic health and respiratory issues may not want to open their windows to the elements at all!

The Ray N. Welter Heating Company has some good news for you: there is a solution for improving the air quality inside your home. An air-to-air exchanger Minneapolis is an appliance that ventilates indoor spaces by blowing stale air out and fresh air in. Air to air exchangers can be used year-round in conjunction with your furnace or A/C. In the winter, the warm in the air leaving the house is used to warm the cool air coming in to the house. The same idea goes in the summer, when cold air leaving your home cools off the fresh air entering your home.

Air-to-air exchangers are beneficial for:

  • Removing odors
  • Removing pollution
  • Reducing the risk of mildew and mold growth
  • Filtering out particles such as dust, pollen, hair and dander

We recommend RenewAire air heat exchangers because they are quiet, durable and come in a variety of sizes based on the square footage of your home. Take a look at the air-to-air exchangers that we recommend.

Whether you prefer to throw open your windows or avoid outdoor air pollution, the Ray N. Welter Heating Company can give you advice on the air-to-air exchanger that’s right for you.

For more helpful advice about home heating and air quality, subscribe to the Ray N. Welter Heating Blog or like us on Facebook!

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What are Air-to-Air Exchangers?

Air-to-Air-Exchangers-300x200It’s the end of winter and Minneapolis residents can’t wait to throw open their windows and let some fresh air into their homes! Houses can get very stuffy and smelly after being sealed up all winter. The air in your house can also get quite polluted with dust, dander and smoke. In fact, the air inside your home is probably more polluted than the air outside! Interior air pollutions can cause or aggravate respiratory ailments like allergies and asthma.

For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, opening the windows to an onslaught of spring pollen may be just as bad as keeping the windows sealed. Those with chronic health and respiratory issues may not want to open their windows to the elements at all!

The Ray N. Welter Heating Company has some good news for you: there is a solution for improving the air quality inside your home. An air-to-air exchanger Minneapolis is an appliance that ventilates indoor spaces by blowing stale air out and fresh air in. Air to air exchangers can be used year-round in conjunction with your furnace or A/C. In the winter, the warm in the air leaving the house is used to warm the cool air coming in to the house. The same idea goes in the summer, when cold air leaving your home cools off the fresh air entering your home.

Air-to-air exchangers are beneficial for:

  • Removing odors
  • Removing pollution
  • Reducing the risk of mildew and mold growth
  • Filtering out particles such as dust, pollen, hair and dander

We recommend RenewAire air heat exchangers because they are quiet, durable and come in a variety of sizes based on the square footage of your home. Take a look at the air-to-air exchangers that we recommend.

Whether you prefer to throw open your windows or avoid outdoor air pollution, the Ray N. Welter Heating Company can give you advice on the air-to-air exchanger that’s right for you.

For more helpful advice about home heating and air quality, subscribe to the Ray N. Welter Heating Blog or like us on Facebook!

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