Are Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators Useful in Summer?
During winters in the Twin Cities, homes face a major problem with indoor air quality: they can’t enjoy fresh air because that would mean opening up doors and windows onto outside temperatures that are sometimes –10°F aRead more
8 Ways to Dehumidify Your Home
Spring thaws the snow in Minnesota. But it also ushers in the first rush of humidity. This is a consequence of being the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes! (Actually, it’s twelve thousand.) Humidity not only makes the heat of theRead more
What’s the Difference Between an HRV and an ERV?
If you’ve looked over the many services that we offer to homes to help them improve their indoor air quality, you may have noticed that we install and service heat and energy recovery ventilators in Woodbury, MN. Heat recRead more
How an Energy Recovery Ventilator Helps Your Home in Winter
We’d like to let you in on a little secret about modern homes. Particularly homes in regions that get as deep-frozen cold as Minnesota. They don’t breathe well. Your house almost certainly has heavy insulation and sealiRead more
A Whole-House Humidifier Is a Great Winter Helper
We’re now in the middle of making preparations for another cold winter season in Minneapolis-St. Paul. A major part of those preparations is scheduling maintenance for heating systems. But your house may need some additionRead more
How You Can Help Dehumidify Your Home
Humidity is a major problem for homes in Minneapolis-St. Paul at this time of year. Excess moisture levels in a house don’t just come from the outdoor environment; they also come from inside sources. When relative humidityRead more
Can’t I Take Care of Duct Sealing with Duct Tape?
It’s unfortunate that the common cloth-backed tape people can purchase in stores is commonly known as duct tape, because this has led to some major misunderstandings. “Duct tape” isn’t actually useful for ducts at alRead more
Why You Should Consider a Whole-House Dehumidifier for This Summer
Minnesota is the Land of 10,000 Lakes. That adds plenty of beauty to the state, but it also adds something else: humidity! When the winter chill is gone, our air is filled with high levels of moisture, which leads to making wRead more