Most Canadians pay about $325 per month on their utility bills, which include the cost of heating, cooling, and electricity. Despite the high cost of maintaining their homes, many feel they’re not getting the most out of their residences. Lots of families are still unsatisfied with the air quality in their houses.
Although the central air system cools your home, it will not filter out all the pollutants that can be found in most Canadian cities. An HRV system is an ideal solution for homeowners who want to improve the air quality in their rooms.
If you’re unfamiliar with heat recovery ventilators, they’re a simple way to freshen up your home’s environment. An HRV uses a fan and ducting to deliver fresh air into a home and pull stale air out.
But what does that mean for you? Well, it improves airflow between spaces. That’s great news if you have a house that feels “stuffy” or if you suffer from allergies.
And if the above isn’t enough to convince you it’s time for an upgrade, here are three more reasons that will.
Rebates Rebates of up to $150 are available for upgrading to an advanced HRV control. This rebate offsets the cost of installation, which means you’ll be saving money on your new HRV control system right away! However, there are some important rules and conditions that you need to follow if you want to take advantage of this rebate. Rebates are only available when using an EM-registered advanced HRV control contractor. Not all products are eligible for the rebate, either. Confirm that your desired model is on the eligible product list and ask your contractor if they’re registered before proceeding with the upgrade.
Comfort A properly installed HRV will provide you with fresh air regardless of the weather outside. This means that when September’s humidity reaches its peak, you’ll still be able to breathe easily. The filtered air circulated throughout your home will also reduce odours. You’ll notice that your home feels much cozier when the smell of pet litter and mould spores is removed from the air.
Lower Energy Bills An HRV system can lower your energy bills by as much as $46 annually. The reason for these savings? Most homes have some sort of ventilation problem. Excess moisture, stale air, and a lack of fresh air are the most common. These issues force homeowners to use their heating and cooling systems more than necessary, increasing energy consumption. An advanced HRV control unit, like model VH30140RNC, addresses all three problems. That means you won’t be raising your energy bills trying to fix them.
Upgrade to an HRV System in your Winnipeg Home Today!
If you’re looking for new ways to lower your energy bill, it’s time to consider an HRV system. These systems reduce moisture, stale air, and odours. You’ll feel more comfortable in your home and notice an improvement in your lung health.
If this sounds like what you’re looking for, contact Mr. Furnace Heating and Air Conditioning. We’re a family-forward company that takes pride in making Winnipeg homes as comfortable and energy efficient as possible.