Enhanced insulation techniques help to minimize voids and gaps. Higher thermal properties (R-value) add to energy efficiency.
Framing techniques include a continuous air barrier enclosing the conditioned space of the home, which helps keep out unwanted drafts & attic dust or other contaminants out the home’s ventilation system.
Bringing fresh air into the home in a controlled manner helps maintain beneficial air exchange rates and dilutes indoor contaminants and everyday pollutants, dust and odors.
Installing returns, transfer grilles, and/or jump ducts can help balance air pressure throughout the home and can result in more even temperatures and reduced potential for condensation build up.
Vents, pressure balancing, fresh air ventilation and “right-sized” HVAC equipment work to reduce moisture in multiple ways.
Right-sizing is the process of determining which heating, ventilation, & air conditioning system should be used in any particular structure, and helps improve the performance of the equipment reducing energy use and minimizing humidity.