Are you struggling with drafts and poor airflow when it comes to lighting fires in your fireplace? Finding the right solutions to these problems can be a frustrating and time-consuming process, especially if your system is prone to backdrafts due to its location, size, or style. Fortunately for homeowners in and around the Houston area, Lords Chimney has a solution for your drafting problems: a ventilation fan.
What Is A Ventilation Fan?
So, what exactly do these devices do? They draw the fumes, smoke, and gases that would typically enter your home up and out through the chimney. They are typically controlled by a device that is installed near the fireplace, allowing you full control when it comes to how fast the fan is operating. Worried about extra noise? These devices are not loud or bothersome, and they are energy efficient, too. If you searching for something that is reliable and can handle your drafting issues, then look no further – our ventilation fans are the answer.
Dangers Of Smoke & Carbon Monoxide
If smoke enters your home on a regular basis, you will soon be dealing with unsightly stains, smelly furniture, and overall unpleasant aesthetic. Along with this, smoke inhalation is very detrimental to your health, especially if you already have lung-related issues, such as asthma. There is also the potential for carbon monoxide exposure. This poisonous gas is known for its lack of color and odor, and it’s life-threatening. Those who are exposed may feel ill, dizzy, or experience flu-like symptoms. If you pass out or fall asleep during it, your life could be at risk.
It’s not worth taking any chances, so you should consider investing in a ventilation fan today! You should also have smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors installed throughout your property. These few easy tips could make all the difference!
What Can I Expect From Lords Chimney?
What can you expect when you depend on the Lords Chimney crew? When you hire our CSIA certified technicians, you can put your mind at ease because we always put your needs first. We are honest, experienced, and thorough. When it comes to the latest techniques and technological advances, we are on it. When we arrive to install your new fan, we will first perform an inspection to ensure your system is strong and safe for use. Once that is complete, we can get your ventilation fan installed in no time.
If you are ready to get this process started, call us now at 281-497-4000 to set up an appointment!