If you have condensation on your windows, mould on your walls and ceiling, or if your home feels unpleasantly damp, you could have a ventilation problem. Dampness is a real issue for many homes, and our HRV Classic home ventilation system is designed to fight it!
Or maybe you want to enjoy fresh, filtered air inside your home.
HRV Ventilation in the home is essential for maintaining indoor air quality and ensuring a healthy and comfortable living environment.
Adequate ventilation helps to remove pollutants, odours, excess moisture, and indoor air contaminants, and it also helps to regulate temperature and humidity levels.
HRV Classic home ventilation reduces moisture in your home by delivering drier, filtered air from your roof space to your living areas. The damp, stale air created by cooking, laundry, showering, and even breathing is forced out, filling your home with fresh, drier, filtered, cleaner air.
HRV Classic is a positive-pressure ventilation system. The HRV uses drier, filtered air from your roof space to force the damp, stale air out of your living areas through gaps in your doors and windows.
HRV Classic is a positive-pressure ventilation system. It uses drier, filtered air from your roof space to force the damp, stale air out of your living areas through gaps in your doors and windows.
In your roof space, a compact, quiet, powerful fan draws air through a high-performance filter to reduce allergens like dust, mould spores and pollen from the air your family breathes. Ducts from the central fan unit deliver drier air to outlets in your living areas and bedrooms. And for fingertip control of your system, a central wall-mounted control panel shows you everything you need to know at a glance.
HRV Classic home ventilation combines proven technology and reliability to help make your home drier and healthier.
Your home will need an accessible roof cavity, then it should be suitable for HRV home ventilation. Your HRV expert will confirm suitability during your free home assessment visit. Contact us to find out about your ideal HRV system.
An HRV system cannot be used as an air conditioner. HRV home ventilation and air conditioning are two different things. Ventilation brings fresh, filtered air into your home, while an air conditioner heats or cools it.
An HRV system fitted with a Summer Kit can take advantage of drawing in cooler air from outside if desirable. A typical example during summer, is when the roof cavity air has been heated during the day and remains warmer than the outside air during the evening and early hours of the night. This is when you can vent in the cooler outside air, supporting a better night’s sleep.