Many studies have been conducted around the world into the importance of good quality indoor air.
There are a number of factors to be taken into account in ensuring good quality indoor air is always present in your home.
The first key point is to ensure that fresh air can always be brought into your home, in some cases a pleasant summer breeze can do this in well designed houses, taking advantage of cross flow ventilation.
Often it is not possible to design a house to fully take advantage of cross-flow ventilation, and then one needs help to get the air moving into your home. Even in well designed houses simply opening a window may not be enough if there is only a small temperature difference between inside and out, or if there is no wind blowing.
This is where roof vents, with openings into the living space can help bring that outside air into your home.
The other main point to consider is moisture removal from the attic and sub-floor of your house. If these areas are well ventilated this will prevent the growth of mould and mildew which can contribute significantly to poor indoor air quality.
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