- Energy Audits
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- Indoor Air Quality
- Heating & Cooling
Whole House Fresh Air Systems
On average, this is how many breaths we take in a day.
How many would you say count?
Wondering how you can breathe fresh air in your home year-round, while keeping your living space more comfortable and energy efficient? You've come to the right place. With a properly installed whole-house fresh air system, you can rest easy knowing your indoor air quality is at its absolute best day and night.
The Healthy Home Team utilizes our whole-home approach to determine the best type of ventilation system for your home:
Heat Recovery Ventilators
The job of an HRV is to remove the old stale air in your home and replace that polluted air with freshly purified outdoor air. This increases the overall quality of the air you breathe — and saves energy by pre-heating the incoming fresh air.
Energy Recovery Ventilators
The job of an ERV, like an HRV, is to remove the old stale air in your home and replace that polluted air with freshly purified outdoor air. In addition, an ERV will help control the humidity in your home reducing the risk of unwanted mold growth while keeping your home from feeling humid and stuffy during the hottest months of the year. This increases the overall quality of the air you breathe — and saves energy by pre-heating and balancing the humidity of the incoming fresh air.
Properly Ventilated Homes Can Enjoy:
Fresh, clean breathing air
Healthier indoor air quality
Take a Breath of Fresh Air
If you have been struggling with year-round indoor allergies, unwanted odors, indoor air pollution, or environmental health sensitivities, don’t spend another minute breathing the air that could be making you or your family member sick. We may recommend scheduling an indoor air quality test to better understand the unique challenges your home faces when it comes to keeping pollutants, volatile organic compounds, and allergens out of the air you and your family breathe in over 23,000 times a day in your Fairfield, Putnam, or Westchester County home.