Bradenton, FL (PRWEB) October 29, 2010
The engineers and designers of intelligent ventilation systems, fans, exhaust applications & constant airflow regulators at American Aldes have re-launched their website with over 450 new pages of information on innovative ventilation products.
This user-friendly site comes on the heels of a large demand created by the federal stimulus programs that provide home owners incentives for sealing up their homes. Tightly sealed homes require eco-friendly ventilation products and energy saving ventilation solutions. The well established, premier manufacturer has been designing and manufacturing industry leading ventilation products for over 27 years and is expanding production to meet the consumer and commercial demand.
The new web-site http://www.AmericanAldes.com, features over 250 ventilation products and accessories to fit any project from residential remodels/new construction to commercial applications and retro fit designs.
The easy to use website breaks down American Aldes product lines into several categories:
- Ventilation System Packages
- ENERGY STAR Fans
- Constant Airflow Regulation & Zone Controls
- Heat & Energy Recovery Systems
- Kitchen Exhaust & Laundry Ventilation Systems
- Make-up Air Solutions
- Duct Fittings, Grilles, Roof Caps & Wall Hoods
- Ventilation System Controls
Information on designing indoor air quality systems, heat and energy recovery, and dozens of case studies can be found under the category of ‘Library’, where information about new product, industry news and press releases can also be found.
Their Mission: To provide good indoor air quality as cost effectively as possible. The EPA reports that the air inside the average home or building can be up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. American Aldes has been dedicated to indoor air quality solutions for decades, and continues to engineer and manufacture cutting edge, cost effective energy saving solutions.
Visit http://www.AmericanAldes.com to learn about how they solve ventilation issues such as stack effect in tall buildings, and the cutting edge solutions they have designed to automatically balance ventilation systems.
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