Watch to learn the benefits of installing the Breathe EZ energy recovery ventilator in your home!
While new insulation boosts energy efficiency, improves comfort, and lowers energy bills, it can also seal in stale, stuffy air. That is why National Radon Defense Midwest provides a reliable energy recovery ventilator (ERV) that removes uncomfortable, unhealthy air.
An ERV system works much like our lungs. It exchanges unhealthy indoor air for fresh outdoor air before it is circulated throughout your house - this keeps the home comfortable without wasting any energy. Also, while an energy recovery ventilator moves unhealthy, stale air to the outside, it transfers the temperature of the exiting air to the fresh incoming air. So, there is little, if any, temperature loss.
You'll be amazed at how fresh your home smells and how comfortable it feels. To schedule an in-home consultation and estimate, give us a call at 1-844-912-0533 or click below. We proudly serve Nebraska, Missouri, and Iowa homeowners throughout Sioux City, Lincoln, Des Moines, and nearby.
When a homeowner seals their home to boost energy efficiency, they unknowingly eliminate ways for unhealthy air to escape. Allergens, mold, dust mites, viruses, volatile organic compounds, radon, and other pollutants become trapped in the house, reducing the overall indoor air quality - this can worsen allergy and asthma symptoms and even cause serious illnesses, including lung cancer.
While opening a window can help circulate the air, it isn't a practical solution all year round. Plus, it wastes energy and can invite even more allergens inside.
If you have a newer home, made recent energy upgrades, or noticed odors lingering when indoors, contact National Radon Defense Midwest about our energy recovery ventilator. An ERV replaces stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air, resulting in little to no energy loss. Our technicians install the ERV system in your existing heating and cooling unit.
In a home with an inaccessible crawl space, limited slab accessibility, HVAC returns under the slab, and other types of below-grade spaces where active soil depressurization isn't practical, an energy recovery ventilator can treat radon issues.
The stack effect causes negative air pressure to suck in soil gases, like radon, inside lower levels of the home. By reducing the negative air pressure, an ERV can lower radon levels and deliver fresh air into your home.
If you're interested in installing an energy recovery ventilator or indoor air cleaner in your home, contact the experts at National Radon Defense Midwest to request your professional consultation and estimate at no cost. If you live in Des Moines, Lincoln, Elkhorn, Bellevue, Council Bluffs, Fremont, Hastings, Grand Island, Gretna, or nearby, we can help provide your family with a breath of fresh air.