BREATHE CLEAN AIR

Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) is a balanced and controlled whole house ventilation system.

WHAT IS HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATION?

HRV Systems supply fresh air while extracting stale air throughout the home.

Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems capture up to 95% of the heat that would otherwise have been lost in the home or building. This can help reduce your carbon footprint, an integral component in Passive House construction.

Units are designed to run quietly and continuously in the background and will not be affected if you open your windows!

It’s advanced technology creates superior indoor comfort and radical energy efficiency. All while giving you control over ventilation and indoor air quality. It means filtering the supplied air and exhausting the foul air.

A Heat Recovery Ventilation System can be fitted into brand new homes, or can be added to existing dwellings. It’s also perfect for commercial properties such as day care centres, aged care homes or offices. The system can also be successfully retrofitted during the renovation of the home or building.

HOW DOES HRV WORK?

Simply put, an HRV unit will deliver fresh air into your home, reduce heat escaping and reduce indoor toxins.

An HRV system works by continuously extracting air from the wet rooms within your home or building. For example kitchens and bathrooms. Then it will simultaneously pull fresh air in from outside which is filtered, introduced and extracted via a network of specialised ducting. All done while keeping your windows and doors closed.

WHY VENTILATE YOUR HOME?

Because we breathe more than 25,000 times a day...

Nowadays we spend nearly 90% of our time indoors which means we are subject to breathing in all kinds of harmful substances like Mould, Dust, Mites, Increased levels of C02 and Increased levels of Humidity.

  • Delivers Fresh, Clean Air

  • Reduces Moisture & Co2

  • Reduces Condensation

  • Reduces Dust Mites

  • Eliminates Mould and Damp From The Home

CHECK OUT OUR FAQS

For more information on our Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems, or to find out which options are right for you, please check out our comprehensive list of questions and answers on the link below.