Improve Indoor Air Quality
Environmentally conscious homeowners are striving for, and getting, improved energy efficiency and better indoor air quality. Efficient homes with healthy living environments improve the occupant’s health, livability and comfort of the home, but can also boost home value.
Central vacuum systems play a unique role in improving indoor air quality by removing 100% of vacuumed dirt and dust. In fact, studies show in wall vacuum systems reduce discomfort of allergy sufferers by more than 60% by producing healthier indoor air.
Additionally, Organizations like Earth Advantage®, Environments for Living®‚ and the US Green Building Council with its LEED®‚ (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Rating System are providing standards and certification to ensure best practices are followed across the country. Central Vacuum Systems earn 1 point in the LEED-H standard and 5 points in the NAHB Green Building Standard.
In Wall Vacuum Systems Improves Indoor Air Quality
Today’s building methods and materials create a tighter, more energy efficient home than ever before. However, one thing new homes also do better than ever is they trap dirt, dust and allergens inside your home. The quality of the air we breathe can affect our health, no matter how healthy you are. For homes built in the past 30 years, indoor air quality can be improved exponentially by using an in wall vacuum.
If anyone in your family is asthmatic or suffers from allergies, having a clean air environment is an important priority for your family. At Northland Door Systems, we offer Central Vac Systems design to introduce a whole new level of clean air living into your home. The reality is, many of us spend a lot of time indoors, including the time we sleep. So removing materials from the air you breath is a healthy and logical choice for most families.
We serve Dane County WI, including Madison WI and the surrounding areas, helping homeowners achieve living environments that are healthy and comfortable at the same time.
Contact us today to learn more about using an in wall vacuum to improve indoor air quality in Madison WI.