Guides for Ventilation Systems including Fans, HRV, ERV, Air Conditioning in High Efficiency Homes
Modern air-tight homes need mechanical air ventilation or circulation, especially when built to Passive House, LEED, Passive Solar or ZNE specifications (to mention a few Green Building certifications) or when reducing radon in homes. The following Ventilation Guides help make informed choices for Ventilation easier when building or renovating a home...
How do you add an Air Exchanger to a house with Hot Water Heat?
Can you use a Lunos E2 HRV System to circulate air between two floors?
How do you deal with a house under negative pressure?
Improving the efficiency of a home built in 1978 during renovations, do I need an HRV?
What are your thoughts about incorporating natural ventilation techniques into the heating/cooling/ventilation design of a house?
Has anyone used Lunos Ductless HRVs in Alberta and passed inspection?
I have chronic illness from the air quality of my home, can you help determine if I need to replace the HVAC system?
Can you recommend an HVAC contractor in Vancouver?
Can you help trouble shoot my Lunos HRV e2 system in my tiny home?
What should I be looking for in a heat recovery ventilator?
Is it normal that condensation forms on the windows of my new home?
In this section you can learn why you need a Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) or Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) system in a modern house, how to choose between an ERV & HRV system for a Green Home, all about ceiling fans & air circulation or even why Cleaning HRV Units is such a Great Idea!