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Why Indoor Quality Is Important
Consider this, according to the EPA (epa.gov), indoor air quality is five times worse than outdoor air quality. Most homeowners know that indoor air quality is important, but not all recognize what contributes to poor indoor air quality, the potential effects and harm, and how to address these problems. Broan is here to help. For more than 80 years, Broan has led the industry with residential ventilation solutions that improve indoor air quality and provide healthier home environments.
Contributors to Poor Indoor Air Quality
- Moisture - Moisture that is not properly ventilated can cause mildew and mold formation, which can potentially lead to structural problems and health problems. Exhaust ventilation solutions from Broan remove humidity at the source to help maintain the optimal humidity balance of 40 to 60 percent.
- Cooking effluents - Cooking effluents from food preparation can infiltrate the whole house in minutes. Grease, oils and aromas settle permanently into carpets, furniture, clothing and other surfaces. Kitchen ventilation solutions help eliminate cooking effluents for a cleaner, more comfortable and healthier environment.
- Off-gassing - Off-gassing from construction materials, carpeting, adhesives and synthetic materials—as well as solvents from common household cleaners—can accumulate in tightly built homes. Look to Broan for continuous ventilation solutions that meet ASHRAE 62.2.
- Particulates - Particulates from dust, allergens, pet dander, and more can contribute to poor indoor air quality up to 100 times dirtier than outside air. With a properly ventilated home, you create a more enjoyable, comfortable and healthier environment.
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The love-hate relationship with the microwave
The love-hate relationship with the microwave Where should you place your microwave in your kitchen? Microwaves are found in 90% of kitchens because they cook food quickly and are simple to operate. But as we become more health conscious, we are paying attention to the air in our homes. Unfortunately, over the range microwaves can have significant negative impact on our ...Read More
Reduce Exposure to Covid
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What is a Sone and How Can You Improve Yours?
What is a Sone and How Can You Improve Yours? By Pete Schrader Associate Product Manager Before I started working at Broan-NuTone®, exhaust ventilation crossed my mind exactly one time in 24 years. I was staying in a hotel, traveling for my previous job, and I went into the bathroom to take a shower. Much to my chagrin, as I flicked on the bathroom fan, there was no change in noise, no...Read More
Range Hood Style
How to Choose the Right Range Hood for Your Kitchen: A Comprehensive Guide [April 3, 2023] If you're remodeling your kitchen or building a new home, installing a range hood is essential. You likely already have a range hood or a microwave over your range. [Quick note, we call it a range, but you might call it a stove. In either case, we're talking about the cooking surface you use ...Read More
SurfaceShield Disinfection Technology
Product combines Vyv™ antimicrobial light technology for continuous disinfection with Broan-NuTone’s existing ventilation technology to improve the cleanliness of bathroomsLearn More
Let There Be Light: Instantly Update the Ambiance of Your Space
Broan is proud to introduce the LED Grille Upgrade – the fastest DIY LED lighted upgrade. Upgrade non-lighted or tired incandescent bath fan into a sleek, illuminating LED fan/lightLearn More
Flex DC Series Bath Fan/Lights
Broan® Launches Most Flexible, Most Efficient Exhaust Fan Platform on The Market; Flex DC is truly flexible to any installation challengeLearn More
Broan-NuTone Awarded ENERGY STAR® Sustained Excellence Award for the Fourth Year
Broan-NuTone offers a wide-variety of ENERGY STAR certfied products including models with bright, efficient LED lighting that earned the ENERGY STAR 2022 Most Efficient status.Learn More
CodeKey Specifier Tool
With our CodeKey Specifier you can select and specify products in accordance with the latest codes and regulations. Use this tool to make your specification job easier.Get Started
Allowable Duct Length Calculator
This easy-to-use, flexible tool calculates maximum allowable duct length to hit a given delivered cfm airflow level based on basic inputs: CFM required, fan model, duct diameter, duct type (flex or rigid) and number of elbows.Get Started
Attic Ventilation Estimating Tool
Use this tool to estimate the ventilation needs for your attic and get a list of Broan attic ventilation product that will meet your needs.Get Started
Range Hood Make-Up Air Damper Specifier
With our Make-Up Air Specifier tool you can specify equipment designed to provide for the home’s Make-Up air needs and designed to be compliant with the latest codes and regulations. Use this tool to make your specification job easier. As a rule of thumb most codes require make-up air at 400 CFM of range hood exhaust (HVI rating at 0.1” static pressure).Get Started
Find the Upgrade That Fits Your Fan
Use our Bath Fan Wizard to fit the right upgrade grille/cover to turn your current fan into a quiet odor eliminator, a light, a Bluetooth speaker, or even a piece of décor.Get Started