Press Releases & Featured Articles
In this article and video, green building consultant Matt Belcher, with Verdatek Solutions and director of the High Performance Buildings Research Center, reviews the ventilation for the home, featuring Zehnder’s energy recovery ventilation system.
In this article, Sarah Lozanova discusses two common ventilation strategies: exhaust-only and balanced ventilation for new homes.
The most common way to ventilate older homes use to be to open windows and doors. Modern energy-efficient buildings require modern mechanical ventilation, HRV or ERV systems, for optimal indoor air quality and comfort. In this AOL Real Estate article, Sheri Koones explains how HRV and ERV systems work in modern energy-efficient homes.
As energy-efficient homes become tighter and tighter with less air infiltration, indoor air quality deteriorates without proper ventilation and mindfulness. It’s important to minimize indoor air pollutants within the home, while boosting healthy practices. There are many simple actions you can do for better indoor air quality and comfortable indoor living.
Zehnder America starts local sourcing initiative using American manufacturing for its new ComfoFlex ducting and register boxes. As the demand for Zehnder Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) and Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Comfosystems has increased significantly in the US market over the past few years, Zehnder will continue to look to locally source additional components in the coming years
One of the key elements of the indoor air quality strategy for the Proud Green Home of St. Louis is the Zehnder energy recovery ventilator (ERV) that will ensure a continuous flow of fresh air.
The Belfast Cohousing and Ecovillage was constructed to the Passive House Standard and utilizes Zehnder HRVs for fresh ventilation.