This post brought to you by Wave Home Solutions. All opinions are 100% mine.
Fresh air. We all need it to thrive. What if your home was filled with stagnant, poluted air? The whole family would be inhaling it everyday, and if you have a basement or lower crawl space, there is a chance that you may have bad air trapped in your home.
My dream home, hopefully on track to become a reality within the next 5 years, is a fairly simple concept. 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 bathrooms, nice family room, living room, and dining room. The 3,000 square foot maximum home would feature modern styles, including a spacious kitchen with island, modern appliances, a nice fireplace, spacious backyard with a small pool and grass area, etc. We are in a townhouse now, so this would add some much welcomed space. Not to big, not too small, but just right for my family of 4. The more you have, the more money and maintenance it requires, so I like to keep it simple. I definitely wouldn’t want to skimp on air quality.
Large windows and doors would be perfect for natural sunlight and to help ventilate the house. Since basements and crawl spaces don’t get any air flow, they accumulate moisture, where odors, dust mites, toxins, mold and other allergens can thrive and affect the entire household. No thanks! We may have to look into wave ventilation, which draws damp and polluted air from those tight spaces and puts it outside. Warmer, drier air is then pumped into the area in question to keep it nice and dry.
- Dries out the lower level structure to keep a healthy air flow in the home.
- The condition of the basement would determine how much ventilation is needed, the Wave Home Solutions unit automatically recognizes how much air is needed to improve it’s conditions.
- Beats out traditional dehumidifiers, which only dry out the air and do not ventilate the area.
- Costs just pennies per day, virtually maintenance free
Watch this short video to see how it works:
This is totally on the radar for the home project. Consider checking out Wave Home Solutions, it is totally worth it to have peace of mind knowing that your family is breathing quality air circulating through your home.