INDOOR AIR QUALITY
When you think of clean, fresh air, you probably imagine a place like the Canadian Rockies. But, with a heat-recovery ventilator system, or a “HRV,” you can have fresh, clean indoor air — even during the winter months!
How Does an HRV Work?
A great way to minimize heat loss in colder climatic conditions and maintain the continuous supply of fresh air is to have an HRV installed. As warm, stale indoor air is vented outside your home, an HRV’s core traps much of the heat before it escapes. The core then uses that heat to warm up the fresh, incoming air from outside.
This process extends the life of your furnace and also conserves energy. It is also known to increase comfort while you have a continuous supply of fresh air and save on energy costs.