Home Ventilation Systems and Why You Need Them
With the increasing focus on indoor air quality, and the need for a healthy well-ventilated living environment, home ventilation systems have gained significant importance in recent years. You might be wondering, what’s wrong with just opening the window? But there is a key difference: opening a window won’t offer you any control over the quality of the air you’re letting in.
Our domestic ventilation systems can protect your home from dust, pollen, cigarette smoke, and a multitude of other pollutants from the outside. While also keeping your house warm and free of mould.
The decentralised system works by extracting stale air from inside the building and passing it through filters. Simultaneously, it captures and transfers the thermal energy from the outgoing air so that it is not wasted, and reuses it within the building.
The incoming fresh air, which is filtered, is combined with the recovered heat and supplied back into the building.
This process ensures that the indoor air remains clean, while also preventing the loss of valuable heat to the outside.
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The Benefits of Decentralised Heat Recovery Systems
Is your home plagued by condensation, mould or damp? Then mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) or decentralised MVHR (dMVHR), is what you need!
It is a quick-to-assemble, smartphone-controlled unit that can solve all of your air quality issues.
Our devices will create a healthy microclimate within your home, while avoiding overpayments.
By harnessing cutting-edge technology, our heat recovery ventilation systems ensure that a comfortable indoor climate is maintained while minimising its impact on your energy bills.
All domestic models are designed to provide decontaminated fresh air in a private space, including apartments, flats and houses. They also operate at low noise levels, are simple to control via multiple devices including IOS and Android, and are easily installed.
Yes, heat recovery systems with the copper heat exchanger can be installed in various types of homes, including new builds, renovations, and existing properties. Unlike the whole house ventilation system they can be particularly beneficial in well-insulated homes with airtight construction, as these properties tend to have less natural ventilation. This ventilation system is a particularly good solution for wet rooms.
The domestic heat recovery ventilation are primarily designed to recover heat in colder months. However, some systems offer additional features such as summer bypass or integrated cooling capabilities, which allow for passive cooling during hot weather. These features enable the system to redirect warm air outside and bring in cooler air from outside, providing a moderate level of cooling effects.
Yes, heat recovery systems can be integrated with another heating system, such as boilers or heated floors. They work alongside these systems to provide a balanced ventilation solution while recovering and reusing heat energy.
There are several benefits to installing a domestic heat recovery system in your home. The heat recovery unit helps to reduce energy consumption and lowers heating bills by reusing the heat that would otherwise be wasted. It improves indoor air quality by constantly providing fresh, filtered air. Additionally, heat recovery systems can help to control humidity levels and reduce condensation.
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