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Most American homes have forced-air heating, a system with at least one major drawback: it dries out indoor air. Plus, its ductwork tends to collect dust and other allergy-exarcerbating particles, circulating them through the home. So while forced-air systems may provide reliable heat, they often do so at the expense of indoor air quality. Ductless radiant systems, meanwhile, are kind to allergy sufferers and are not known to create similarly dry environments.
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