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Heat Recovery systems to make your house more eco-friendly

January 17, 2021

Want to cut your bills and enjoy cleaner air? Here’s what a Blauberg Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery system has to offer your home.


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Blauberg Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) systems are a breath of fresh air. Literally. These systems remove stale air from inside your home and replace it with fresh air. At the same time, they utilise the heat from the air leaving your home to warm the new air as it enters. This heat exchange process can cut your bills and energy use in a big way.

A Blauberg MVHR system isn’t part of your heating system, but by using ventilation, warming the cold air and introducing it back into your home, it means that you can make notable savings on your energy bills.

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Why Use Blauberg MVHR Systems?

New and modern homes tend to be more thermally efficient than older builds, providing the ideal opportunity to install a Blauberg MVHR system. Using a new system under these conditions, it’s possible to save up to 80% of the heated air that is escaping your home. Instead of the used air simply disappearing out of your roof and windows and into the atmosphere, it’s recycled back into your home.

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This is refreshing news for sufferers of Asthma, Rhinitis, Hayfever and other such allergic conditions, as the Blauberg MVHR cartridges inside the system, filters the fresh air, removing pollen and many other allergens, whilst replacing carbon dioxide with oxygen with air drawn in from outside. As such, it’s a great opportunity to introduce wellness into your home.

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A Simple Guide to Installation

Blauberg Heat recovery systems are reasonably simple to install in residential properties and commercial premises alike, with the size of your home determining the size of the kit required. While you can get a tradesman to install it for you as part of a home renovation project, it is also possible for competent DIYers to fit the MVHR unit, ducting and vents.

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Having a Blauberg heat recovery ventilation kit installed is perfect if you’re looking for a healthier, temperature controlled, air supply while simultaneously reducing your bills. It’s an efficient and eco-friendly solution that can boost your home’s health and reduce your carbon footprint.

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For more information on Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery systems, visit the Blauberg website

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