Is the air your family breathes as fresh and healthy as it can be?
An Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) is among the most efficient means of exchanging the air inside your home with fresh outdoor air. In winter months, the ERV uses the heat of indoor air to warm the incoming cold fresh air, recovering approximately 77% of the energy. With homes being constructed to tighter standards the need to have an exchange of fresh air is a must.
Here is a video featuring Renewaire ERV’s
How Does It Work?
In the summer, warm fresh air passes near outgoing conditioned air, cooling it down. At no time do the stale and fresh air streams mix, instead they pass each other separated by thin walls that allow only the air’s energy to transfer, cutting your heating and cooling bills. The heart of the ERV is the EnergyMax Transfer Core which uses enthalphic technology enabling the transfer of moisture as well as heat into and out of your home.
Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) provides a comfortable, healthy, noise-free, and safe means of exchanging stale, polluted indoor air with fresh outdoor air in your entire home year round.
There are numerous benefits to installing an Energy Recovery Ventilator in your home:
Provides a constant, controlled supply of fresh air to your home year round
Reduces excess indoor humidity levels
Reduces unhealthy indoor air pollutants such as formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), radon, carbon dioxide, smoke, odors, dust, bacteria and viruses and more
Saves energy by effectively retaining and utilizing the energy value from your indoor air
Ventilates homes up to 3,600 sq. ft. in size.
All-American Air Conditioning sells and services several brands of ERV’s from a variety of manufacturers. The info above courtesy of Aprilaire.
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