Fresh Air Intake Installation
... If you already have a fresh air intake it’s important to determine how much fresh air you really need. In order to do that you have to insert a volume damper in the fresh air intake and repeat the above test. As you probably understand fresh air intake brings unconditioned air from the outside and furnace or A/C must increase their cycles to heat or to cool this air. By dampering the fresh air duct, you will reduce the cycles and save some energy and money!
However, in many older houses there are no fresh air intake installed. So, basically you have no choice but must to have one, first, because it's code, and secondly, it's a safety issue.
List of materials needed for the project: ...
This chapter from the "Energy Saving Edition" book gives a detailed description of the Fresh Air Intake installation, which according to code must be an important element of your HVAC ductwork system. In the chapter you can find pictures of all necessary tools, materials and pictures of the Fresh Air Intake installation. There are 20 pictures on the page. Installation is divided into six steps, which represent the entire project in the making.
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Indoor Air Quality
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