A heat recovery ventilation system works by extracting moist and stale air from wet rooms in your home, it recovers the usually lost heat from the extracted air. It also supplies clean, filtered fresh air that is heated from the recovered warmth of the extracted heat.
A heat recovery system can certainly save on energy bills and keep you warmer in the winter. New build houses can boast up to 30% savings on heating bills. Installing a heat recovery system could save on energy bills and help keep the house warm during the winter months.
Thermal wheel ventilation units can deliver a maximum of 80% efficiency, and typical values can vary between 65 and 75%. Run around coil systems boast a maximum of 55% with typical values between 45-50%. Heat pumps can produce 60% as a maximum, typically varying between 35-50%.