Expel the most polluted air and replenish it with fresh healthier air

Your basement and crawl space will generally have high levels of gases, toxic vapors, and chemicals which will flow upwards affecting your overall health.  These pollutants are part of our environment and everyday activities which need to be exhausted out of the house on a continual basis.


  • Vapors and gases from the ground are known to permeate through the foundation floor and walls in the basements and crawl spaces. This is the natural point of entry of radon gases and toxic vapors that seep in undetected.
  • The combustion gases from furnaces, water heaters and gas dryers will not exit entirely through the vents, chimneys and ducts due to air pressures, wind patterns and equipment. The result is an accumulation of harmful gases i.e.-carbon monoxide, nitrous oxide and other pollutants.
  • The basements and crawl spaces have chemicals, aerosols and other sources of pollutants that are stored and used there.
  • Building materials, cabinetry, carpeting have formaldehyde which is given off in a gaseous state and has a life span of 10 years or more.
  • Indoor activities generate pollutants, gases, VOC’s, which are a major source of asthma, respiratory  ailments, and other illnesses.


Pollutants are heavy and will gravitate to the lowest point. In addition, moisture acts as an absorbent, retaining pollutants in the air. The combination of all these factors and sources of contaminants contributes to the heaviest concentration of polluted air in a house, being in a basement and crawl space. 


The urgency of expelling these harmful pollutants has been documented by health and building authorities.  Being that there is a preponderance of agreement on the need to exhaust polluted and moist air, it is logical and sensible that the ventilation should be focused on removing the worst air namely in the basements and crawl spaces. If left unventilated, these pollutants will flow upwards.


A WAVE Ventilation unit goes beyond dehumidifiers by taking contaminant-laden, moist air out of your home and replacing it with healthier, fresher and drier air. It is providing the necessary air exchanges and moisture reduction as required for a healthy home. The unique design focuses in on pulling in the air at floor level where there is the highest level of gases, radon, toxic vapors and pollutants. This is a natural effective solution, that utilizes ventilation to change conditions without any ozones or aerosols.


Since we spent as much as 90 percent of our time indoors, indoor air quality (IAQ)—which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates may be greater than 5 times more polluted than outdoor air—is of mostly unknown importance to many of us. Below is a chart demonstrating just how important indoor air quality is to you and your family’s health and well being.


Household Product or Activity IAQ Issues Health Effects
Moisture from everyday activities such as cooking, laundry, washing, breathing Biological contaminants such as mold, dust mites, pet dander and termites Allergic reactions, asthma, sneezing, watery eyes, coughing, shortness of breath, dizziness, lethargy, fever and digestive problems
Household products such as paints, strippers and other solvents, wood preservatives, aerosol sprays, cleaners, disinfectants, air fresheners VOCs (volatile organic compounds) Eye, nose and throat irritation; headaches, rash loss of coordination, nausea. Damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous system. Some VOCs can cause cancer in animals. Others are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans.
Tobacco smoke Carbon monoxide, Nitrogen monoxide Eye, nose, and throat irritation; respiratory infections and bronchitis; lung cancer
Pesticides Toxins Irritation to eye, nose, and throat; damage to central nervous system and kidney; increased risk of cancer.
Combustion appliances (stoves and furnaces) Carbon monoxide, Nitrous dioxide Headaches, disorientation, dizziness, nausea, fatigue
New carpeting, pressed wood paneling or furniture, particle or fiber board, cleaning products, fumes from dry-cleaned clothes Formaldehyde Eye, nose, and throat irritation; wheezing and coughing; fatigue; skin rash; severe allergic reactions. May cause cancer.
Gas stoves, kerosene heaters, fireplaces, wood stoves Respirable particles Eye, nose, and throat irritation; respiratory infections and bronchitis; lung cancer
Unventilated basement, natural breakdown of uranium in soil. Seepage through floor cracks. Radon Leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and the second leading cause of lung cancer in America.

A maintenance-free WAVE Ventilation system continuously expels contaminated air out of your home that contains gases, toxins, VOCs, formaldehyde and numerous other pollutants, replacing it with fresh, clean air, without the use of ozone, chemicals or filters.



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