Bacteria is known to breed and grow quicker in warm, moist environments. For example, hospitals are often cold. This is to help eliminate the growth of bacteria. Areas where food is prepared, like a kitchen, are also prone to bacteria growth, and a copper hood can help reduce that risk by eliminating excess moisture and getting rid of the oppressive heat that these areas are slowly becoming known for.
As exhaust fans help to remove the additional heat and moisture, they are also removing the very air in the room, including all of the dust that can make allergy sufferers sneeze and swell, the smoke that can irritate young lungs and the pet dander that can build up in the air over time. Instead of opening a window that can allow more bothersome allergens into the area, simply turning on an exhaust fan can provide a family with … Read More