Nuaire’s MVHR systems (Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery)

by Sinke Car

As we begin to head into the next decade, many homeowners and home builders are looking for the next generation of technology that is going to help us satisfy our environmental and economic concerns for the future.

If you are looking for ways to reduce a home’s carbon footprint, there are a number of new technologies that can help you generate energy or heat your home in a way that doesn’t impact the environment in the same way as traditional methods do. 

These technologies will often be considered by someone building a new home, but they also have a lot to offer an existing home, and the economic benefits they provide can help their cost and the cost of installation pay for itself over time. 

Here is a quick guide to one of the latest technologies that can help you save money, and even make some money if you are thinking of replacing an existing heating system or you are building a new home and are looking to install the next generation of home heating technology.

What is a Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery System?

Most home heating systems will rely upon a hot water boiler, often powered by natural gas, that heats water and pumps it through radiators located around the home.

A Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) System heats air rather than water and pumps it around the home. This is much more energy-efficient and combined with energy-efficient windows and insulation, can drastically reduce home heating bills.

How Long Does a Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery System Installation Take?

A Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) System can be installed quite quickly and simply in any home, depending on the home’s size.

Companies like BPC have decades of experience in installing home heating systems and specialise in MVHR installations. The switch can be very simple, helping you start saving money right away.

How Does a Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery System Save Money?

Home heating is one of the number one costs in any home. Old fashioned water boilers are often incredibly energy inefficient and costly to operate.

Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery systems use very few moving parts and energy-efficient heating elements that use very little energy to keep the air in your home warm. Though insulation and clever ducting, the systems heat fresh air from outside as it enters your home and draws heat from the stale air that it is expelling to keep as much heat as possible in your home. 

More and more people are taking environmental concerns more and more seriously, often going as far as to invest in electric or hybrid vehicles.

When you are building a home or renovating an existing one, there are a number of new technologies available to you that can help you drastically reduce your impact on the environment by operating more efficiently or by generating clean and renewable energy.

Hopefully, this guide has given you the information and inspiration you need to make the switch to technologies that use less energy and can save you money. 

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