We habitually associate comfort in our homes with air conditioning in the summer and a heater in the winter. Insulation, ventilation, heating and cooling; these are all standard factors. However, while an optimal temperature is ideal, it is not the only component in creating the perfect living conditions in our homes. Air conditioning is great on a hot day, but what about allergens in the air? What about removing moisture in the air during periods of high humidity? Electric heaters or HVAC unit will keep you warm but it also over dries the air, what then? Imagine, fresh air without having to open a window!
It’s essential that every new building constructed or room, residential or commercial, enlarged by 50% or more of its surface area should have a heat-recovery air exchanger installed. These systems work keeps a constant transfer of sending stale indoor air outside in exchange for the cool, outdoor fresh air that is then heated and dispersed through air ducts. There is more to a comfortable new home than just heating and cooling. The process of an air exchanger improves the ambient air, living conditions, and your general health.
Check with our professionals about installing an air exchanger unit in older homes when needed.