Fresh Air, Indoors
Strike a balance between an airtight, energy-efficient home and one that’s healthy and well-ventilated with an HRV or ERV System.
Enjoy The Benefits
- Keeps the air in your home fresh
- Lessens allergens or pollutants in the air
- Maintain proper humidity levels
- Recovers heat & AC, lowering your utility costs
The Difference Between HRV & ERV
HRVs and ERVs are similar devices. Both supply fresh air and exhaust stale air. The primary difference is that an HRV warms or cools the incoming air. An ERV warms or cools the air as well, but it also limits humidity coming into your home in summer and keeps your home from becoming too dry in winter.
Frequently Asked Questions
A heat recovery ventilator draws fresh outdoor air into a central unit. It then filters and disperses that fresh air throughout your home. At the same time, a separate exhaust fan inside the unit removes an equal volume of stale, contaminated indoor air and exhausts it outdoors.
Many factors go into the decision between an ERV and HRV. Yes, your local climate matters, but other factors like when your house was built, the type of heating system you have, and the size of your household contribute to what recovery system will work best for you.
Talk to our team, and they will ensure you get the right air quality solution for your home.
Clean your unit regularly, including the air filters every 1-3 months
Arrange for annual servicing by one of our technicians. If possible, have your entire HVAC system serviced in one visit.
Yes, we are committed to 100% customer satisfaction. Instead of just talking about quality, we practice it. Talk to our team and learn how we don’t stop until you are 100% satisfied with our workmanship and the products we provide.