Why your house needs proper ventilation? & How?

A house without proper ventilation leads to several hazardous scenarios. The air is stagnated and becomes poisonous to even breathe it. The air is polluted if there is no proper ventilation inside the house.

Why your house needs proper ventilation

In simple, the process of replacing stale air with fresh air is ventilation. If there is no proper replacement of air inside the house can lead to several health issues for the residents.

These days, most house share common wall, thus eliminating the chances of having good ventilation. Not only this, there are other factors which force the residents to close their windows. Some of them are noise, pests, safety issues and temperature for air conditioning and so on.

Not having natural ventilation means usage of energy consuming devices becomes more. Nowadays, most builders incorporate good ventilation structure at the time of designing it. So there’s no way you are out of fresh and healthy air at home. In my unit of independent villas in OMR are designed in such a way to always dwell in the fresh air with good cross ventilation in the house. So, I do not find difficulty in getting enough fresh air and natural light.

Also, the cross ventilation facility keeps my home clean and clutter-free. My children are less prone to illness when compared to the house which I lived earlier. I have provided you with some simple ways to improve ventilation in your home.

 

Keep your windows open

Since you spend most of your time inside the home, keep your windows open to maintain your house well-ventilated. When you let in the fresh air inside the home, it replaces the stale air. This could save you from unwanted headaches and drowsiness.

 

Cross-ventilate your house

As discussed above, keeping your windows open helps to ventilate your house. To improve this, open the windows of your home which are installed in different directions if possible. If you don’t have two in one room, open the windows in different sections of your house. This helps to cross ventilate your house. In this way, the air enters in one direction and exits in another direction. By doing so, the air indoors is refreshed frequently and keeps your eyes from burning.

 

Turn on the fan

Most children close their room doors while studying to concentrate more. In this case, there is no possibility of air circulation from different sections of the house. To avoid this, turn on the fan in the room. This way the air gets circulated and moves around the room. Doing so helps in keeping air invigorated for at least a couple hours of study. Additionally, children with an inability to concentrate could focus with ease this way.

 

Let the air conditioner rest a while

Most people are unable to sleep without air conditioner even at nights. They are accustomed to living in an aerated environment with air condition. However, this is not advisable for your wellbeing. Switch off the air conditioner at least during the day and keep open the windows for natural ventilation. This helps in preventing health issues like allergies, asthma and other respiratory problems.

 

Make sure the kitchen is all around-ventilated

If you cook regularly without proper ventilation in your kitchen leads to illness. The vapour evaporated from the spices and flavours you cook might cause foul smell and lingers longer in the room. Using exhaust fans in the kitchen keeps clean devoid of the foul smell. Keep your windows wide open when you aren’t cooking. Keep your vents open in your windows if you have. This helps in driving away the smell of vinegar and spices.

 

Keep your bathrooms ventilated

Install a small window in the bathrooms. Keep your windows open while you are in the shower. This lets good air flow and stops from bad odour lingering in one place. Closing the other room’s door outside keeps from heat condensation problems in the house. Upgrade your bathroom with these special add-ons for a new look

In simple words, a good ventilation system for the house keeps you away from allergies, cold, condensation problems and other respiratory illness. Also, keep your home aerated with good airflow and circulation.