An HRV home ventilation system fills your home with drier, filtered air and is great for reducing moisture levels in your home (that cause pesky condensation) – and reducing the conditions mould and mildew need to grow. Drier air is quicker and more efficient to heat too.
HRV might not be right for all homes. Book a free home assessment to find out if it's right for you.
HRV home ventilation: the benefits
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HRV Core Ventilation System Medium
1x Core Ventilation system (medium)
The Arizona 4 home ventilation system is suitable for a medium house (e.g. one living room and 3 bedrooms). Your system will be custom designed to suit your home and deliver up to 3 air changes per hour via diffusers in the bedroom and living areas. Every HRV home ventilation system features a German made fan, an F8 filter with Seta nanofibre filtration technology and a touchscreen control system.
Everyday activities like cooking dinner and washing clothes contribute to the moisture content of the home. HRV is a whole home ventilation system to reduce the accumulation of moisture within your home and provide a constant supply of filtered air. Drier air also helps improve the efficiency of heating products. The HRV ventilation system features nanofibre filtration technology that helps to improve your home's indoor air quality by filtering most of the common airborne asthma and allergy triggers from the incoming air.
When an HRV system might not be right for your home
Every home is different and in some circumstances an HRV ventilation system might not be right for you. Here are some examples:
- If your house doesn't have a roof cavity
- If the roof cavity is not accessible
- If your home experiences excess moisture in the roof cavity or sub-floor
- If there are holes in the roof or ceiling
- If existing extraction fans or rangehoods are vented into the roof cavity
Book a free home assessment to see if HRV ventilation is suitable for your home.
Heat Transfer Kit
In winter, some people choose to only heat some areas of the home – often meaning warm living areas but cold bedrooms! The HRV Heat Transfer Kit helps with this problem by using its centrifugal fans to push warmer air generated from a large heat source, i.e. a fireplace, into other areas of your home, balancing the temperature throughout. The HRV Heat Transfer Kit is compatible with our Next Gen Ventilation Systems.
The HRV SummerKit draws air from the southern side of your home and delivers more ventilation, more often to keep the air moving on those hot, sticky summer nights. The HRV SummerKit is an optional add-on to your HRV Ventilation System and is compatible with most models (excluding HRV Lite).
Vortex extractor fan
If your bathroom or laundry needs some extra moisture removal oomph, a Vortex extractor fan could be a great option. The Vortex extractor fan can be installed in the ceiling and is ventilated outside to help reduce moisture in your bathroom or laundry. A Vortex extractor fan can also be paired with an optional HRV IntelliSwitch which is an automatic timer to allow your extractor to do its job and then automatically switch itself off, even when you’ve left for work.
Our Sonair system is designed to provide filtered air to single rooms within homes and apartments that don’t have a roof cavity. Your Sonair unit is wall mounted and offers a single-room ventilation option.
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