A heat recovery ventilator system (HRV) is ideal for homes located in colder climates, where there is excess moisture during heating season, since the unit allows to get rid of it.
A HRV system supplies continuous fresh air from outside in the house. The heat recovery core of the unit transfers a portion of heat in the stale air being exhausted to the fresh incoming air from outside before being distributed throughout the house.
The result is a continuous supply of fresh air, without unpleasant drafts, and increased comfort for the home occupants.
Contact us at Bangs Fuels and we’ll help identify the best system for your needs.
Air Quality & Ventilation
We usually think of air pollution as being outdoors, but the air in your home or cottage could also be polluted. Sources of indoor pollution include
- Mold and pollen
- Tobacco smoke
- Household products and pesticides
- Gases such as radon and carbon monoxide
- Materials used in the building such as asbestos, formaldehyde and lead
Sometimes a group of people have symptoms that seem to be linked to time spent in a certain building. There may be a specific cause, such as Legionnaire’s disease. Sometimes the cause of the illness cannot be found. This is known as sick building syndrome.
Usually indoor air quality problems only cause discomfort. Most people feel better as soon as they remove the source of the pollution. However, some pollutants can cause diseases that show up much later, such as respiratory diseases or cancer.
Making sure that your building is well-ventilated and getting rid of pollutants can improve the quality of your indoor air.
Environmental Protection Agency
Bangs Fuels carries the vänEE, recognized for its unsurpassed quality and superior craftsmanship.
We also carry the top of the line Rheem indoor air quality products. Just give us a call and we’ll help identify the best system for you.
Contact Bangs Fuels to help identify if your home or cottage is properly equipped for optimal air quality.