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...
Should our HRV keep our humidity lower than 40%, even in the cold months?
Should an HRV to ERV be the primary exhaust for bathrooms?
Do you recommend ERV or HRV system in mild climates or can do away with them?
What are the HRV or ERV options for 40-yr 2-storey 2000 sq ft home?
What to do with two Lunos system with 2 installed on rocket switches that are working?
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?
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!