Great strides have been made to make homes more energy efficient. But as homes have become more air-tight, they’ve lost needed ventilation. No one wants to throw open a window in the middle of summer or winter just to get some fresh air in, and when you hire our experts to install and energy recovery ventilator, you don’t have to.
Not only does an energy recovery ventilator, also known as an ERV, improve your home’s ventilation, it also improves the indoor air quality and helps your HVAC system. However, professional installation and servicing is the key to gaining all the benefits an ERV offers your home and this is where our specialists can help. For over 30 years we’ve been helping customers improve their indoor air quality, whether with a new installation, repair, maintenance, or the replacement of an outdated component. All you have to do is give us a call, and our experts will be on hand to help with all of your ERV needs.
Air Services Unlimited provides energy recovery ventilator services in Beaumont, TX and the surrounding areas.
As you can tell by the name, an energy recovery ventilator improves your home’s ventilation—but that isn’t all it does. An ERV uses heat exchanger technology to make good use out of your home’s stale air. Why? Your outgoing stale air contains useful energy that can be applied to the incoming fresh air drawn in by the ERVs fan. During the summer months, as the cool, dry, stale air is expelled, its energy is applied to the incoming, fresh, warm air. This action pre–cools and dehumidifies the incoming air. In the winter months, the opposite happens: your warm, stale, outgoing air pre–heats and adds moisture to the incoming air.
How does this benefit you, your home and your HVAC? Here are some ways:
Could your home in benefit from the installation of energy recovery ventilator? If the answer is yes, give our indoor air quality experts a call. ERVs are integrated into your existing heating and cooling system, so it’s important to hire only trained experts for the installation, maintenance, repair, or replacement of your ERV. Using someone inexpert can lead to poor installation or other problems with your HVAC system, all of which can negate the benefits your ERV provides. Let our experts help you improve your home’s ventilation with the service or installation of an ERV today!