Live a Healthier Life With an Energy Recovery Ventilator

Keeping the air inside your home in Madison, MS, filtered and fresh is vital for your comfort and health. Studies show the average house contains more particle pollutants than what you’d find outside. Considering that you spend most of your time indoors, focusing on your IAQ is critical. An energy recovery ventilator can help you breathe fresher indoor air.

Do You Have Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Firstly, today’s houses contain tight seals to improve energy efficiency. While this helps decrease your heating and cooling bills, it prevents stale air and odors from escaping outside. Cooking smells, paint fumes, pet odors and particle pollutants can linger in your home without a place to go, impacting your indoor air quality and health.

An Energy Recovery Ventilator Can Freshen Your IAQ

The Envirowise™ energy recovery ventilator exhausts stale indoor air and draws in fresh and preconditioned air from outside. As a result, it makes your home feel like a cleaner, healthier and more enjoyable place to live. An energy recovery ventilator eliminates odors, chemical vapors and naturally occurring gases trapped in well-insulated homes.

Contact Us for an ERV Installation

Finally, allowing stale air to settle in your home can lead to microbial growth and the associated health problems. An ERV integrates with your current HVAC system. Its cabinets are powder-coated for durability and long-lasting performance. Energy recovery ventilators are ideal for homes with children and fit in houses up to 4,5000 square feet.

Do you want to make stale indoor air a problem of the past? Invest in an energy recovery ventilator installation today. Springfield Heating and Air is here to help you with all your indoor air quality concerns. Our IAQ experts are standing by to recommend the right solutions and help you lead a healthier life inside your house in Madison, MS.

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