Heat Recovery Ventilation Dublin

What is Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) and why do we need it?

Also termed Air-To-Air Heat Exchanger. It is good that our buildings are becoming better insulated and more air-tight, but we must consider a ventilation strategy for occupant’s health and to protect against condensation.

To comply with the building regulations, you must have adequate air supply to all rooms and extraction from bathrooms, kitchens and utility areas. Insufficient ventilation can lead to dampness, mould growth, condensation and unhealthy living conditions. This is why there is a high popularity for central heating systems Dublin.

Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) is a system which consists of a unit that extracts the stale moist air from parts of the building such as bathrooms, kitchens and utility rooms, and delivers a continuous supply of fresh warm filtered air to the living areas of the building living rooms, bedrooms etc. Approximately 95% of the heat is recovered from the extracted air and transferred via a heat exchanger to the incoming fresh air which is a very efficient way of saving on heating bills.

Filtering the incoming fresh air results in the air being dust and allergy free, which helps asthma and hay fever sufferers.

  • Constant supply of clean, fresh air for your home
  • Relief of allergy problems
  • Save 15%-20% on your heating bills by heat recovery
  • Comfortable Climate Control
  • Eliminate Humidity, Mould, Mildew & Odour
  • Removes Radon
  • Reduces demand on existing heating system
  • No draft sensation – “no hole in the wall
  • Less dust

Energy Craft offer the range of the most popular bestselling products to the Irish & UK markets. There is a Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) Units to suit your house size, features include; Built-in Humidity Sensor and Digital Controller. You can get the most competitive rates for the central heating systems Dublin at Energy Craft.

Contact us today in Dublin about HRV on 01 2544988

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