The United States Environmental Protection Agency has listed indoor air quality as one of five top environmental issues. If your home is tightly sealed for energy efficiency, you may need a Fresh Air Ventilation System. For health and comfort, your home should have one complete fresh air exchange every three hours. In drafty old homes this occurs naturally, as stale air seeps out and fresh outside air is drawn in. But if your home is tightly weatherized, it can take as long as 10 hours for one air exchange!
Our Fresh Air Ventilation Systems will retain most of the energy used to heat or cool your home, saving you money on utility bills. For new homes, a Fresh Air Ventilation System can help the drying out process in a new home, while diluting the expelling noxious gases and fumes from new carpeting, adhesives and stains. This is also true for exiting homes particularly if the home is tightly sealed. Air Management Services will work with you to incorporate a heat recovery ventilator or energy recovery ventilator into your new or existing structure.
Effective ventilation for colder climates.
An ideal solution for tightly sealed homes, an HRV system exchanges stale air from inside with fresher outdoor air. To ensure absolute comfort, the system captures heat from contaminated air before it is moved outdoors.
Effective ventilation for warmer climates.
An ERV system delivers a fresh-air feel, with little or no energy loss. It transfers heat and moisture from inside to the outside of the home, balancing humidity levels for improved comfort. The system also sends pollutants outdoors, making indoor air easier to breathe.
The whole-home Aprilaire Model 8100 Energy Recovery Ventilation System (ERV) is among the most energy efficient methods of exchanging the air inside your home with fresh outdoor air.
The whole-home Aprilaire Model 8126A Ventilation Control System keeps your indoor air as fresh as possible, making your family healthier and more comfortable