Ventilation & MVHR
MVHR: a breath of fresh air

An MVHR system offers significant benefits in terms of increased comfort, lower energy costs and reduced carbon emissions.  These ventilation systems are designed to ensure that your home enjoys continuous fresh, clean air whilst retaining most of the energy that has already been used in heating the building to a comfortable temperature.

Designing your MVHR system

Our technical experts at Enhabit can provide MVHR design, supply, installation and commissioning for your project. We can manage all parts of the process to ensure your MVHR system is truly efficient, quiet and effective.

Our MVHR system design takes into account pressure drops, acoustics and incorporation with structural elements to ensure the system operates as efficiently and quietly as possible. Commissioning would be provided by Enhabit through our BPEC-qualified technicians.

Enhabit is a team of Passive House and low energy consultants, project managers and installers, based in Hammersmith, London. As necessary, we can also offer more general advice on building fabric efficiency, Passivhaus, low energy design refurbishment and heating/hot water mechanical services design.

We install all types of MVHR systems, including Zehnder Q and ComfoCool, PAUL 300 and 450 and more.

MVHR Installation and Commissioning

To realise the benefits of your MVHR system it is vital that knowledgeable technicians manage the process.

To ensure your MVHR system operates at its optimum level of efficiency, and to limit unforeseen issues related to the installation (eg, clashing with other services that consequently requires adapting duct layout), it needs to be designed with detailed CAD layouts, installed and commissioned to a high standard. Balancing airflow rates means the unit will work as efficiently as possible in recovering heat and providing healthy amounts of fresh air.

A well-designed ventilation strategy will create a comfortable, healthy living space for you and your loved ones. For energy-efficient homes, a Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery (MVHR) system offers significant benefits compared to traditional ventilation in providing warm, filtered air in the winter and cool, fresh air in the summer.

 

Take control of your project

Contact us to find out how we can help you to take control of your project.