Wave ventilation systems remove moisture, bad odors and pollutants from the air, producing air that is healthy and clean-smelling. Wave ventilating systems are also energy-efficient and help protect against structural damage.
A Wave ventilation system eliminates moisture in areas like basements and crawl spaces to inhibit the growth of mold, fungus and other air pollutants that can cause respiratory health problems. Continuous ventilation also protects structures and items made from wood and other porous materials that can be damaged by prolonged exposure to moisture.
Wave ventilation improves air quality by getting rid of the stale, impure and damp air and replacing it with clean, fresh air throughout the entire house. It removes odors and toxins from hidden places and expels pollutants that are absorbed by moisture. It also circulates warmer, drier air from the upper surfaces to raise the temperature and reduce humidity in the lower areas.
A wave ventilation system is simple to maintain, and it also helps to save energy. Unlike dehumidifiers, which provide limited moisture control to a specific area, Wave ventilation systems use less energy by providing moisture control for the entire home. Its ability to extract moisture from concealed areas saves the homeowner from costly repairs that can emerge from structural damage.