Episode: Ep40-Ventilation for Your Tight House-Pt1


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Ep40-Ventilation for Your Tight House-Pt1

In this episode we are assuming that you are preparing to design or build a super-tight house and you’re interested in the best way to provide fresh air for its occupants.

In the old days, you’d just “let the house breathe” [shudder]. But those days are long gone. A healthy house leaks, while an energy-efficient house controls how it leaks — and this episode is all about the latter.



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