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Air Filtration for Radiant Homes
I have a few questions for adding an air filtration system after retrofitting a home from a forced air system to a hydronic radiant floor setup. Since we have lost any air filtration for the home that we had from the forced air filter, I am wondering if there is a moderately effective solution for adding a air filtration system above stand alone floor models?
For instance, I was wondering if something like a air filtration system could be installed in my attic and I could add simple vents into each room to slowly process air throughout the day (quiet and simple installation)? Or is there another conventional solution for this sort of retrofit?
My house is a 1959 brick rambler, so not completely air tight like new construction, but I want to ensure I am getting proper indoor air quality after this change. I have 2 little kids and worry that they may be developing asthma potentially due to indoor air quality issues. I have also looked into room air purifiers (Oreck models) and think that could work, but I...
1.) Dont like having a stand alone unit in a room instead of something less noticeable in each room of my house
2.) Do not believe this is a "whole house" solution and might not solve my concerns completely
Any advice or suggestions greatly appreciated!
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