How to Deal with Water Around A/C Vents

During humid Indiana weather, vent moisture may be noticed while the air conditioner is running. Typically, moisture appearing around HVAC supply vents in individual rooms ranges from subtle wetness you can feel on contact, to obvious dripping, to staining of drywall...

Bathroom Ventilation Needs for Summer

Is opening a window adequate bathroom ventilation in summer? Warm water vapor produced by bathing and showering condenses on bathroom surfaces, creating a chronically damp environment that supports mold and mildew growth, as well as bacterial contamination. In...

Remodeling: Bathroom Ventilation

Bathroom renovations offer the homeowner an opportunity not only to create a more aesthetically pleasant environment, but also to boost the value of the home significantly. One upgrade that helps achieve both goals is adding exhaust ventilation. If your current...

What You Need to Know About Bathroom Ventilation

When you take a shower, humidity and moisture are concentrated in your bathroom. While this helps you feel comfortable, it also creates a breeding ground for dangerous mold and mildew. This means that your long showers can actually be putting your family’s...