At Creo over the last decade we have noticed there has been increasing demand on builders, architects and government legislation to increase the thermal efficiency of our homes making them draught free and well insulated.
This in turn has caused poorer air quality which can significantly increase the effects of asthma and other
-respiratory problems, health problems,
-unpleasant smells and build-up of toxic gases.
For health reasons Government legislation now makes it almost compulsory for your new air tight home to have a balanced mechanical ventilation system and a heat recovery ventilation system is the most preferred option.
Improving the indoor air quality by filtering all the incoming air
Prevents mould and condensation
Provides natural cooling in warm weather by supplying fresh filtered air
Removes bad odours
Helps with asthma and other health issues
Distributes heat evenly throughout your home
Eliminates the need for bathroom extractor fans and window air vents
Complies with all building control regulations
And of course, recovers up to 90% of your normally wasted heat
How it Works
A ventilation system with heat recovery (HRV) or (MVHR system) is an energy efficient, controlled and balanced ventilation system. It extracts the moist, stale air from all the wet rooms in your house and replaces it with filtered, fresh, recovered warm air to all your habitable rooms and bedrooms without letting the heat escape.
Your home is fully ventilated throughout the year with as much as 95% of the normally wasted heat being recovered providing you substantial energy savings. A 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.
Installation and Commissioning
Installing a heat recovery unit is quickly becoming a necessity rather than a lifestyle choice easy to fit and connect whilst maintaining an efficient and quiet operating system.
We at Creo have installers and can supply a full installation system.
On completion of the installation the system will require commissioning which can be achieved by one of our fully trained installers