As houses become more airtight and energy efficient, indoor air quality usually becomes compromised. Pressure issues by nature are invisible, but most houses suffer from poor indoor air quality and negative pressure. The house will usually give you indicators, such as appliances that don't burn properly, smoking, exhaust getting back into the house, excessive moisture and mold buildup within the structure, and the "ghost" that closes the door to the basement. In some cases when using an appliance on an upper floor, the smell of exhaust is noticeable on the lower level. Once a negative pressure condition is identified, SBCP has the means to rectify the issue, creating a more positive pressure environment while simultaneously increasing efficiency, lowering moisture and humidity issues in the dwelling, and creating a healthier environment.
While addressing negative pressure issues, SBCP can help improve your living environment by reducing moisture levels and relative humidity. By creating a healthier living environment, appliances will perform better and more efficiently, and as an added bonus, help reduce the effects of allergies and asthma.