Everyone wants their house to be as airtight as possible to get the most out of their heating, however, this can cause poorer air quality which can significantly increase the effects of asthma and other respiratory problems. Other issues can be condensation, mould, dust mites, unpleasant smells and the build up of toxic gases.If you install a heat recovery system it will extract the moist, stale air from all the wet rooms in your house and replace it with clean, filtered, fresh, warm air to all your habitable rooms and bedrooms without letting the heat escape.Your home will be fully ventilated throughout the year with as much as 95% of the normally wasted heat being recovered providing you with substantial energy savings. This heat recovery system allows your property to stay air tight with no window vents or bathroom extractors being required, creating a healthier and quieter environment.
Do Heat Recovery Systems Work?
Posted on 6 Apr 2017 | Posted in Our Blog | 0 comment
A heat recovery system can certainly save on energy bills and keep you warmer in the winter. New build houses can boast up to £200 per year in savings on heating bills.