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MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery)

Mechanical ventilation heat recovery systems (MVHR) is a whole house ventilation system that both supplies and extracts air throughout a property. A heat recovery system is increasingly used to reduce the heating and cooling demands of buildings. Through our expert team of engineers, we can support you with design, supply, install and servicing covering West Sussex, East Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, London, Kent and Dorset.

What is Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery Systems (MVHR)

Mechanical ventilation systems is a system that can find better indoor air quality in homes and commercial buildings by extracting stale air or both supplying fresh air. A heat recovery system averagely recovers about 60 to 95% of the heat and have significantly improved the efficiency of buildings.

MVHR is recommended when:

  • You are doing a full renovation or building a new house or commercial structure
  • You require a whole building ventilation solution
  • If you want to make your home or commercial building energy efficient

The Cost

MVHR systems do require annual servicing to ensure filters and firms are kept clean and in an efficient operation. Our experienced engineers can support you with regular services on a regular basis. MVHR Systems can vary on the size of the system required to suit the building, and this is where our team can advise and support through initiating the design process. On an average a MVHR system can range from £5,000 to £10,000 although we can provide an accurate free no obligation quote based on your individual needs, and property.

The Saving

A positive with a mechanical ventilation heat recovery system is that the fresh air is prewarmed, meaning heat loss from ventilation is largely avoided. This means you can spend less on heating the property, reducing costs by around 25%, therefore saving money, whilst ensuring your building is well ventilated.

The Benefits of a Heat Recovery Ventilation

There are a number of benefits to having a heat recovery ventilation system fitted and some of these include:

  • Fresh Air
  • A warm and well-ventilated building
  • Cut costs on heating bills
  • Reduce the requirement for air conditioning
  • Supports the retainment of heat over 90%

What is Heat Recovery?

Heat recovery is a process of continuously preheating a supply of incoming cool air, by warming it with the outgoing exhaust air.

What is Mechanical Heat Recovery Ventilation?

Mechanical heat recovery ventilation systems provide a solution by bringing fresh air into a building without letting the heat escape.

The process starts with fresh air fed directly from outside into the ventilation system initially through a filter, then the heat is taken from the extracted air and is used to warm the fresh filter air in the heat exchanger and then is entered into the ducting system. This process continuously supplies preheated air into living areas and extracts contaminated air.

 

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We believe in providing an unbeatable service at a very reasonable cost. To find out more, why not give us a call?

20 years of experience

Marble M&E Group are fully qualified and insured with over 20 years of experience.

20 years of experience

Marble M&E Group are fully qualified and insured with over 20 years of experience.

Services Provided

Our services cover all areas within the Electrical, Plumbing, Heating, Fire and Security Sectors.

Services Provided

Our services cover all areas within the Electrical, Plumbing, Heating, Fire and Security Sectors.