THE IMPORTANCE OF PROPER AIR VENTILATION
They work by creating negative pressure that pulls the stale air out of the room and expels it outside. Exhaust fans are typically installed on a wall or ceiling and requires electricity to operate.
By installing exhaust fans, the unwanted warm air, odors, and moisture in these rooms can be transported outside easily. However, because many high-rise residential properties tend to have layouts that may restrict or interfere with the placement of exhaust fan installation, it can still cause a lack of good air circulation in the space.
They work by utilizing the natural flow of air and the difference in pressure between the inside and outside of the building to create a draft. The installation of ventilation fans can help circulate air, which aids in avoiding mold from forming, thus creating a healthier environment.
Air ventilators are typically installed on the roof of a building and are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions. They are also energy-efficient as they do not require electricity to operate. It also is able to aid in avoiding the rusting and rotting or materials in your house, which could lead to a destruction of the structural integrity of the property if proper ventilation isn’t maintained.
In summary, air ventilators are more suitable for providing natural ventilation to a building, while exhaust fans are better suited for removing stale air and moisture from specific areas. The choice between the two depends on the specific needs of the building or space in question.