Mechanical Heat Recovery ventilation System (MVHR)

If you’re looking to improve your home’s air quality, you should consider investing in whole-home ventilation. One particularly effective solution is the Mechanical heat recovery ventilation system, which offers both supply and extract ventilation. This balanced system provides high efficiency and heat recovery, with the potential to recover up to 95% of your home’s heat. It’s a smart choice for those who value a healthier living environment.

Looking to maintain high air quality in your home seamlessly throughout the year?

Look no further than Mechanical heat recovery ventilation system(MVHR). These systems are the go-to choice for airtight homes, offering various benefits, including reduced dust and allergen levels and improved indoor air quality. Vip Air Conditioning and Ventilation is proud to provide an extensive range of MVHR systems in the Cork area, with options suitable for all property sizes and types – If you’re keen to learn more about how our MVHR products can benefit your residential property, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.

Is MVHR System an Effective Way of Ventilating and Heating Homes?

MVHR systems are undoubtedly the most efficient way of distributing heat and ventilating homes, while also being environmentally friendly. Unlike other options such as intermittent (system 1) or continuous (system 2) fans, they do not waste energy by extracting air and heat from the building and throwing it outside.

With VIP’s MVHR systems, you can reuse up to 95% of energy because the heat exchanger pre-warms fresh air before it enters your space. If you’re looking for an efficient and cost-effective way to keep your home comfortable, an MVHR system is definitely worth considering.

Does MVHR require much maintenance?

MVHR is pretty low-maintenance! You won’t need to worry about it too much on a daily basis. However, if you take a shower, it might be helpful to use the boost feature to remove any extra moisture from the room. You’ll just need to change the filters once a year. And also to inspect the terminals for debris or cobwebs. Sometimes the external terminals may have fly gauze, so it’s important to keep them clear. So, as you can see, MVHR is pretty easy to keep up with!

What advantages does an MVHR system offer?

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