Air Exchangers and Ventilators

Air Exchangers Work to Bring Balance to Twin Cities Homes

Air Exchangers and VentilatorsDepending on the season, it can be a dance between bringing in fresh air and keeping a consistent temperature. Air exchangers bring fresh air into your home, while at the same time conditioning it, so it doesn’t adversely impact your pre-set temperature. These systems ensure stale air is removed and new air enters your home or business, without increasing your energy bills.

Energy Recovery Ventilators Work for Both New and Older Western Wisconsin Homes

When moving into a new home, you don’t normally think about the potential for poor indoor air quality. However, new construction involves air-tight construction techniques and materials that can trap pollutants inside your new home or business. Older homes may also start showing signs of excess dampness or inferior air quality with pooling water around windows, darkened or damp wood, or increased allergy sensitivities in family members or co-workers.

The good news is that Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs or Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers) can balance the extremes between outdoor and indoor temperature and humidity. These units operate as both an exhaust fan and a fresh air supply fan, and also remove excess heat in the summer. The result is the ideal balance between humidity and ventilation, which can help make your family or team members much more comfortable.

Energy Recover Ventilators can be used in conjunction with existing residential or commercial HVAC equipment, such as forced-air heating or central air conditioning systems.

For those wanting even cleaner air, we offer air purifiers from Bryant® which feature their patented Captures and Kills™ technology—mold, mildew, and bacteria never have a chance to pollute your indoor air.

Anderson Heating is a Trusted Resource in the St. Croix Valley Area

Area businesses and homeowners have been relying on Anderson Heating for years because they know our certified technicians understand HVAC systems inside and out. They offer honest and professional advice, and take the time to make sure you understand your options and make the best selection possible.

If you want to learn more, call Anderson Heating at 715-549-6297 or 651-430-0685 to schedule an appointment today.