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Fresh Air Whole House Ventilation
You want your home to be tight and resistant to the outdoor weather, but tightening up your home to the outside also traps air on the inside. Sure, you can open your windows - but that's not always a realistic choice when it is freezing cold, boiling hot, or pouring rain outside.
Remove stale, damp air from your home
The answer to a fresh-air indoor environment is a whole-house energy recovery ventilation system that exchanges outside and indoor air with minimal effect on your indoor heating or cooling systems. In the winter, these systems reduce the cost of heating ventilated air by transferring heat from the indoor air being exhausted to the fresh (but cold) incoming air. In the summer, the same is done in reverse.
Available Ventilation Systems
There are two kinds of energy recovery systems available: heat recovery ventilator and energy recovery ventilator. The main difference between the two is that the former only transfers heat, while the latter transfers a certain amount of water vapor along with the heat, which helps the indoor humidity remain more constant and reduces the risk of the heat exchanger core freezing.
We install low-cost, high-quality systems that minimize energy loss by basing usage on the number of rooms in your home and its square footage. We call that a "set it and forget" system. You, your friends and your family will only notice the fresh and comfortable air!