Saturday, June 16, 2012

Wave Home Solutions

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wave Home Solutions for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Hello readers! Do you have a damp basement. Or even a crawl space under your home. Well if  you do then you will want to hear about what I have found out. 

I learned that basements and crawl spaces are some of the most problematic in a house. These areas have a lot of moisture and no ventilation. 

This can then lead to a breeding ground for all kinds of things. Such as mold, and dust mites. There can even be high level of gasses too such as radon, etc. 

If you are having these problems then you should look into Wave Home Solutions. Please check out this video:

​Wave Ventilation will ventilate and dry out the home. I wish I had known about this when I lived in my last house. We had an awful moisture problem in our basement. We had some mold in the house too, and who knows what kind of gases. We tried dehumidifiers - two broke. And it was tedious emptying it all the time. And didn't seem to help much anyway. 

​The Wave Solution attacks the problem at the source. It starts at the lowest level of your home. It draws damp, polluted air from your basement or crawl space and expels it outside. Then warmer drier air is taken from upstairs and is drawn down through a vent. This creates a healthy air exchange.

This sounds awesome. And I think really beats competitors. Not only is it beneficial to your overall air quality, it also only costs pennies a day to run.  It's maintenance free, and satisfaction is guaranteed. So I really encourage you to check this out for yourselves!

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  1. I listen to the Glenn Haege radio show on the weekends and this is one of the most common reasons people call. He usually recommends the dehumidifieer method. Maybe he should look into this.

  2. I'm allergic to five kinds of mold and this product would help making being in my basement a lot more pleasant.

  3. I don't have a basement but I have a crawl space, hopefully I don't have to go down there but if this helps then I should give it a try