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Understand ventilation

It’s a fact: today’s homes are so well insulated that they trap moisture and pollutants inside. Fresh air is missing.

So, without fresh air, carbon dioxide, odors, dust, airborne pollutants and excess humidity are kept indoors.

What happens? More than half of the houses have visible signs of moisture and develop mold that affect the occupants not to mention all the health problems that result.

Without ventilation, there are no indoor air quality inside the house, no life quality, no comfort and certainly, a deterioration of the structure of the house.

Humidity and pollutants trapped in your home!

Daily activities such as showering or cooking release moisture into the air. Over time, if this moisture cannot be evacuated, its accumulation will cause mold build up, unpleasant odors and costly damages to the house structure often in hidden places.

When discovered, it is already too late.




Dust and mites

Allergens and carpets

Hair and animal dander

Carbon dioxide (CO2)





Dust, allergens and mites

Cigarette smoke



Persistent odors


Cooking pollutants

Household cleaners



Wood stove

Combustion unit

Paints and chemicals

Household cleaners



Excessive moisture

Aerosols and sprays

Mold spores

Household cleaners



Carbone monoxyde (CO)

Pesticides, herbicides
and solvents

Paints and chemicals

Cleaning agents



Printers and copiers

Melamine furniture






Dust and mites


Ventilation in your home: a key to a healthy home.

Ventilation is a necessity. According to experts, whole-house ventilation and filtration effectively eliminate airborne pollutants and excess moisture, thereby protecting the health of your family and the structure of your home.

A balanced mechanical ventilation system with heat or energy recovery ventilation is an ideal way to meet both building codes and the requirements of many energy efficiency programs such as  LEED®, ENERGY STAR® for New Homes, NovoclimatTM, BuiltGreenTM , R2000 and many more.


National Building Code: comply to offer your family a quality of life.

No doubt the current building codes require adequate and sufficient ventilation for new constructions.

The lack of ventilation in new construction is not in accordance with the National Building Code of Canada.

Complying to this code provides your family quality of life and an incomparable comfort.

You can also visit the Frequently Ask Questions section to learn more about the National Building Code of Canada.

Air exchangers offered by vänEE closely match the requirements of the National Building Code of Canada.