Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV)

What is HRV?

Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) allows a building to maintain optimal indoor temperatures by recovering the heat from exhaust air and transferring it to the supply air being drawn into your home. HRV systems are able to regulate sensible heat (temperature levels), however unlike Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) systems, they do not address latent heat (humidity levels).

Capturing, recovering and maintaining this thermal energy greatly reduces your home's heating and cooling demands, as well as the unwanted bills that come with them.

Decentralised (Non-Ducted)

an example of a decentralised hrv unit

Centralised (Ducted)

an example of a centralised hrv unit

Ventilation Selection Guide