Energy Reduction = Fresh Air And Insulation
Ever increasing energy prices and the possible consequences of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are the main drives behind the need to change our heating, cooling and ventilation systems in our homes.
Double glazing, loft, wall and floor insulation reduces thermal loses and thus our energy need.
Experience has shown that good insulation not only retains the energy but also moisture, dust and stale air. The airexchange becomes too poor.
Sufficient air exchange will restore the oxygen content and eliminate monoxide. This is needed to avoid serious and expensive long term health problems.
Fresh air with energy recovery is a method pursued with success in northern regions since the 1960’s.
We can recover the energy, reduce CO2 emissions and retain some hard earned money.
The more energy we save the less we need fossile fuel and power generation.
Health, Energy And Finance
concern for our health,
air is at first cheap.
In the long run, health of people and house will take priority. An expensive path.
Stale, humid air promotes mould, rot and disease. The combined cost arising from this will soon outweigh any short sighted savings.
Fresh air in our homes is a necessity with respect to health and finance.
Savings on equipment: See Equipment Savings