Louvers For Doors: Improving Airflow And Energy Efficiency

If you're looking to remodel your home or business this spring, improving airflow and energy efficiency can improve your return on investment (ROI). Louvers-for-door installation professionals can help you achieve both goals, with cost-effective and customizable solutions.

Here are some of the ways you can use fixed louvers for doors to make your remodeling projected improve ventilation and decrease future energy bills.

Let Your Spaces Breathe

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many home- and business owners to reassess ventilation and filtration needs for indoor spaces. Louvers for doors can be utilized to improve airflow, without compromising safety concerns.

Creating Flow: In order for air to flow, it needs to be able to move. Louvers for doors create vents within doors or door frames. These vents can be used to keep air flowing when you need it most. To optimize your airflow between rooms, an installation professional can help you measure, track, and adjust the airflow between your indoor spaces. For most homes and businesses, this involves adding strategically placed louvers for doors and a combination of fans and air duct terminals. You can also sometimes save on labor costs by having your HVAC service professional work directly with your louver-for-doors installation provider. By combining forces, you often get more accomplished in less time.

Improving Filtration: Reducing the risk of airborne pathogens from circulating throughout indoor spaces by improving filtration is a major concern for many home- and business owners. Fixed louvers for doors can be outfitted with HEPA and medical-grade filtration systems. When working with your contractor, review your filtration needs. For instance, you might need more filtration for spaces where employees congregate closely for prolonged periods like break rooms or office cubicles. The louvers for doors added to these spaces can be beefed up accordingly to deliver the filtration you need.

Make Your Spaces Greener

Reducing your home or business's energy consumption can be both a moral and financial imperative.

Energy Tax Credits: In some states, the resources you invest to reduce your energy consumption can be offset by tax credits and rebates. Consult with your contractor about potential tax credits and rebates to help pay for upgrades that allow your home or business to become Energy Star certified. Many louver projects reduce both heating and cooling costs by allowing hot and cold air to circulate freely through indoor spaces.      

If you think you'd like louvers for doors in your business, reach out to a professional.