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Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators in Orlando, FL

Here’s one of the big dilemmas for indoor air quality: a home needs to have fresh air circulating through it in order to move out stuffy, pollutant-filled air and then replace it—but a home also needs to be tightly sealed against the outdoors to keep the AC and heater running efficiently. Because homes are so well closed off to the outside air, they rarely receive the air replacements necessary for the best indoor air quality.

We have a solution to this dilemma. Two of them, actually: the heat recovery ventilator and the energy recovery ventilator. Our technicians are happy to help you with installing one, as well as answer any questions you might have. English Air Inc. provides free in-home estimates and does 5-star work on every job.

Look to the expert’s expert for better indoor air quality in Orlando, FL.

How Energy and Heat Recovery Ventilators Work

Also known as HRV systems and ERV systems, these ventilation devices operate using counter-flow current exchange. This means they draw a current of indoor air past a current of outdoor air so that heat moves between them. This allows the HRV or ERV system to recover the energy used inside the home to heat or cool the air and apply it to the incoming fresh air.

Imagine a hot day in summer (we know this is easy). An ERV or HRV system pulls in a current of hot, but fresh air from outside. As the hot air passes through the system, stale but cool air from indoors moves along it. The hot air loses heat to the cool air, lowering its temperature. The indoor air is exhausted outside, and the fresh air enters the house, pre-cooled so it won’t place extra pressure on the air conditioner. During cooler weather, the process reverses.

Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators: Is There a Difference?

Yes, there is. For the most part, ERV and HRV systems run in the same fashion. What’s different is that the air currents moving through ERVs come into contact with each other, while in an HRV the heat moves through a heat exchanger and the air currents remain separate. What this means in practical terms is that ERVs allow moisture to move between the currents, so they allow for some levels of humidity control. The system that will best work for your home is something our technicians can help determine for you.

We Offer Orlando, FL Indoor Air Quality Improvements

Installing and servicing energy and heat recovery ventilators is only part of what we can do for your indoor air quality in Orlando, FL. You only have to call English Air Inc. and ask about options for better indoor air, and our technicians will get to work finding the solutions for your house.

We use only the best and newest technology on jobs, and our certified technicians aim to provide 100% customer satisfaction. That’s why we get 99% of our business from referrals. Schedule your HVAC service with us today: don’t worry, we’ll take good care of you!