It’s a fact: Today’s homes are so well insulated that they trap humidity and pollutants indoors. Result: Over 50% of homes show visible signs of humidity. However, it is possible to breathe fresh air inside as if you were outside and fully enjoy your home.
According to specialists, central ventilation and filtration effectively eliminate airborne pollutants and excess humidity, thereby protecting your family’s health and the structure of your house.
Ventilation is a necessity. But what is the most cost effective way to ventilate while retaining the energy used for heating and cooling? Venmar offers a wide range of air exchangers with Heat Recovery (HRV) and Energy Recovery (ERV) technologies. These technologies help to minimize loss of heat or coolness as follows: The HRVs transfer heat from exhaust air expelled from the house to the fresh air entering the house, without mixing the stale air and the fresh air. In addition to this feature, the ERVs limit the amount of moisture entering the house (ideal for humid climates). Venmar units: Fresh air at low cost!
Venmar Ventilation offers 3 product lines to meet your ventilation needs. You will find units that you can install yourself, others that meet the specialists’ requirements and some for commercial applications. Depending on the type of installation you prefer and the location of the unit, there is a Venmar model for you!
Venmar air exchangers are available at home improvement centers and hardware stores. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, you can install one of the three ready-to-install models. If you prefer, you can also ask one of the Venmar-recommended installers referred by your retailer.
The wide range of Venmar AVS units meets all needs, regardless of your home architecture. These products are designed to be installed by a Venmar-trained certified specialist for a turnkey project.
Daily activities such as showering or washing dishes release moisture into the air. Over time, if this moisture cannot be evacuated, its accumulation will cause mold build up, unpleasant odors and costly damages to the house structure often in hidden places. When discovered, it is already too late.