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Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators in Atlanta, GA

Many homeowners are concerned about energy efficiency – and for good reason! Ensuring that every inch of your home is sealed up tightly is a great way to boost heating and cooling efficiency. However, it does not allow for the flow of fresh air, which can be a detriment to your indoor air quality. Therefore, many are opting for the products and systems that allow for the perfect balance of efficiency and indoor air quality.

For this reason, AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. installs and services heat and energy recovery ventilators for homeowners across Atlanta, GA and the surrounding area. These systems are designed to allow for more fresh airflow through your home while maintaining energy efficiency. We’ve been in the business for over 20 years and have helped countless people create comfortable and efficient environments inside their homes. Contact us today to get started!

For a local, reliable, and dependable team of experts, look no further than AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co.

What Are Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators?

HRV and ERV are basically just mechanical ventilators with an added bonus. These systems are designed with a heat exchanger, which allows them to transfer heat between airstreams. This makes it so that you can ventilate your home effectively without wasting the energy that you’ve used to heat or cool the outgoing air.

In the summer, for example, the HRV or ERV will transfer heat from the fresh, incoming air to the stale, outgoing air. To put it simply, it is a way to pre-cool the incoming air so that your AC doesn’t have to work as hard to do so. In the winter, the reverse applies: incoming air is pre-heated by the ERV or HRV to take the burden off of your heater.

What’s the Difference Between an HRV and an ERV?

As their names imply, there is of course a difference between HRV systems and ERV systems. Though they both work to transfer heat between airstreams, the ERV is different in that it also can transfer humidity between incoming and outgoing air.

Many assume that living in a hot, humid climate like Georgia would automatically necessitate an ERV, but this is not always the case. A variety of factors are used to determine which system would be most beneficial for your home. Our team will be there to make sure that you understand your options and will match you with the system that best meets your needs.

Trust Us to Install and Service Your New HRV or ERV

Like any other indoor air quality system, your new HRV or ERV system needs to be installed by a professional to ensure a long and successful service life. Additionally, you are going to need to find the right team to handle your annual maintenance services and perform any repairs that pop up.

Fortunately, AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. does it all! We install, replace, repair, and provide maintenance for both HRV and ERV systems. So, if you are looking for the right balance of indoor air quality and efficiency, don’t hesitate to contact our team today!