Heat Recovery Ventilators in Cleveland
Cleveland Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV's) are usually recommended for colder climates with longer heating seasons. A residential heat-recovery ventilator uses separate blowers to move incoming fresh and outgoing stale air. The heat-exchange core transfers heat to fresh air without mixing the airstreams. The damper automatically stops cold air for defrosting.
While necessity may be the mother of invention, it's increasing costs that spawn efficiency. Before the '70s, we happily cranked up the thermostat when the house felt chilly. Once heating costs went through the roof, though, we all put on sweaters and started looking for ways to save. And, with up to 40 percent of our heating dollar going to air infiltration--otherwise known as drafts--sealing the place up began to seem like the best defense against high heating bills.
Over a period of time, older Ohio homes began to sport new, tight windows and doors, insulation and vapor-barrier improvements, modern siding, and caulk for every crack through which air might pass. New homes left the drawing board designed to be tight, and builders became familiar with the new materials and skills needed to meet market demand and updated regulations. Homes were finally becoming thermally efficient. What some began to wonder, though, was whether they were habitable.
Design Air Heating & Cooling will do everything in our power to make you more comfortable in your home or business. We will be on time or we will deduct one dollar off of your invoice for every minute we are late. We will be thorough and clean. We will respect you, your time, your family and your home.