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HearthMasters, Inc. has several types of ventilator systems. We found the need for make-up air in houses that are under negative pressure, and developed different types of systems to address the issue. Our first product, the HVS Whole-House Ventilator, is now available online or from a local dealer. We have more products coming soon. 

The HVS Whole House Ventilator
  • Brings in six air exchanges per day for a healthier home
  • Provides combustion air for appliances
  • Provides make up air for air that is lost through exhaust fans
Carbon Monoxide is a serious and widespread problem and CO detectors only measure 9 ppm over a 10 minute span before the alarm goes off. This means that the household could be exposed to low levels of CO, which is known to cause permanent brain damage or illness. The HVS will dilute CO and other aldehydes in the air. Note: All homes need a CO detector on each level. 

Smoking Fireplaces are usually caused by a lack of combustion air and a negative air pressure problem in the house. The HVS ventilator can alleviate these issues in most cases. Fireplaces and stoves on lower levels of the home will perform poorly since they are in the negative pressure plane. In some cases, an induced draft system may also be needed. 

Symptoms of Negative House Pressure: 
  • Poor indoor air quality
  • Smoking fireplaces and wood stoves
  • Unexplained illness that stops when out of the house
  • Carbon Monoxide backup from gas furnaces, water heaters, fireplaces, or stoves
  • Mold and mildew in the house
  • Leaking doors, windows, can lights, etc.
Our systems can be installed by an HVAC contractor, chimney contractor, or handy person. We welcome wholesale inquiries by contractors. Minimum order and sales tax ID number required.

Contact us for a price list and more information: 
816-461-3665 9 - 5 CST Mon-Fri
Email: Hearthmastersboss@gmail.com
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