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The fresh air intake will tie into the return side of the system.Most of the dust in your home are skin cells ( up to 70 % ). I don't believe I currently have a fresh air intake unless it's up on the roof...wouldn't it normally be a short run of ductwork from your return near your furnace to the nearest wall (which in my case would be just above ground level outside because my furnace is in the basement)?So if homes in MI require an intake due to code, does it present a problem to have the intake open all the time when you run your furnace fan, given the cold winter temperatures? I don't believe I currently have a fresh air intake unless it's up on the roof...wouldn't it normally be a short run of ductwork from your return near your furnace to the nearest wall? Most residential fresh air intakes are either 4 or 6 in. They consist of an adjustable barometric damper that is connected to an insulated pipe which ties into the return air, They are usually mounted on the sidewall of the home and function when the indoor blower cycles.I'm not sure I need the intake open all the time, so I thought perhaps a timer (with an override for very hot or very cold days) would be best.(3) What diameter intake would you consider adding?