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Planning an MVHR system

Mechanical ventilation and heat recovery is often a necessary component of a highly efficient, airtight home. Tim Doherty explains how these systems are designed, from space needs to ducting options
The Zehnder ComfoAir Q, from Paul Heat Recovery, is controllable remotely via iPad and iPhone
An EnviroVent installer fitting an MVHR central unit

As houses have become more airtight, in some cases far surpassing Building Regulations standards, there is more of a need for whole-house systems that provide mechanical ventilation. These are now replacing conventional methods, such as trickle vents and individual extractor fans in moist areas like kitchens and bathrooms.

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