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Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV)

Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) in Los Angeles, CA

There are a number of important assets that the modern home gives to us on a daily basis: hot water, automatic washing, whole house heating and cooling and the ability to turn on and off lights as we please. The modern home is also built for energy efficiency, although this often comes at a price. The tighter we seal our homes against the elements, the greater the risk of poor indoor air ventilation and the accumulation of airborne contaminants and pollutants. However, simply opening up the windows during the summer and winter causes your energy bills to skyrocket. Is there no middle ground?

We offer a number of different solutions when it comes to improving your indoor air quality and the energy recovery ventilator (ERV) is one of the most effective. It allows you to ventilate your home with fresh air while conserving energy. Let our professionals guide you every step of the way if you’d like to improve your home’s ventilation. We install, replace and maintain energy recovery ventilators that can make a positive impact to your health and your home. We have been in business since 1990, and our Safety Sealed technicians are available to help with any service that you may require. As a 4–time Angie’s List Super Service Award winner, our exceptional services have not gone unrecognized. Let us find a solution for you. Call Kilowatt Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical today.

The Los Angeles, CA indoor air quality experts at Kilowatt Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical offer quality energy recovery ventilator services throughout the LA area.

What is an Energy Recovery Ventilator?

An energy recovery ventilator is a relatively compact device that integrates directly within your existing duct–based heating and cooling system. As your stale conditioned air is exhausted outdoors, it pre–conditions your incoming fresh air so that your HVAC system does not have to make up the difference. This simple thermal exchange process allows you to ventilate your home without dramatically increasing the wear and tear of your system. During the summer, fresh air is cooled and dehumidified, while in the winter, it is pre–heated and humidified. This cost–effective device may be exactly what you need to restore your indoor air quality in Los Angeles, CA.

What Are the Benefits of Installing an Energy Recovery Ventilator in Los Angeles?

The benefits of the ERV are relatively straightforward. It’s common sense that fresh air is the best way to prevent the buildup of contaminants such as dust, dander and other debris as well as pollutants such as radon, and the energy recovery ventilator ensures that the air exchange is completed efficiently. Thus, you can have fresh air in the home without the accompanying spike in your energy bills. Poor indoor air quality is a serious matter so make sure you contact a professional if you’re at all concerned about the air that you breathe in your home.

Call Kilowatt Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical Today for Energy Recovery Ventilation Installation and Other Services

Let us know what we can do for you. We offer excellent energy recovery ventilator installation services throughout the Los Angeles, CA area. We can make sure that you find a device that matches the size of your system and that it works well for the years to come.

Call Kilowatt Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical today for professional energy recovery ventilator services in Los Angeles.

 

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