Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators in Dallas, TX
Due to the tight construction that homes throughout Dallas, TX, are built with today, our HVAC systems can work very efficiently. It benefits your comfort and wallet—but what about your air quality? Unfortunately, the same construction practices that help your HVAC efficiency prevent fresh air from entering your home.
All is not lost, however. You don’t need to worry about cracking your windows open while you run your air conditioner or heater. Instead, you can have a heat recovery or energy recovery ventilator professionally installed by the team at Frymire Home Services.
Contact our team to learn more about our HRV and ERV solutions.
“Richard did an amazing job and was thorough. He went above and beyond with explaining and helping me understand what to keep an eye on as a homeowner. He told me everything he noticed and what he looked for. Frymire has my business for life with exceptional employees like Richard. Experience was so good I have them coming out to service my other property.”
“The Frymire team was extremely responsive and professional in responding to my need to replace my HVAC system. The technicians were very knowledgeable and did an outstanding job of keeping me informed of their progress. They also took time to educate me on the necessary maintenance steps required in this part of the country. Very pleased with their efforts to get things back to normal for me.”
“We discovered a sewage block in our pipes. Gilberto and his crew came as quickly as possible. Their reaction time was fantastic. They were thorough with figuring out what was happening and then quick to repair. He and his crew were friendly, professional and very caring about our job. We would highly recommend Gilberto and his crew!!”
On Time & Professional
“Chris was on time, professional but friendly and very knowledgeable. He explained what we needed to keep our A/C unit running well “at some point in the future” but was not all pushy. We have used Frymire for years and trust them to do a great job.”
“We’ve had issues with our shared drain line in our condo complex getting clogged on a regular basis. I called for an emergency service on new year’s eve and they showed up in 10 minutes. They explained our issue and gave us advice on how to avoid the problem next time. The price was lower than any previous plumber we’ve called. Very professional and excellent service!”
Efficient, Knowledgeable & Friendly.
“Frymire’s plumbers did a great job for me: they sent Chance Cooper out within an hour of my emergency call to stop a leaking water heater, and Jose Garcia came out with his assistant the next day to install a new one. They were both very efficient, knowledgeable and friendly. Thank you, and I will call you again when I need service in my home!”
“Frymire was super responsive and got us scheduled for a visit very quickly. Garrett arrived on time and was very professional. He explained things very clearly and gave us some recommendations to help eliminate the issue we were having in our primary bathroom shower. He also installed new faucet hardware and replace 20 year old shut off valves in record time.”
“Chance Cooper did a wonderful job. I had my baby sleeping in the living room and he was very respectful and got us taken care of without waking him! He knows what he’s doing and I definitely would recommend this company to anyone that needs a plumber, because of him!”
“Benjamin Alamendez of Frymire is a wonderful representative of this company. Not only was appointment scheduled for the same day, Benjamin arrived on time. He was courteous, professional and kind. He fixed the issues in record time and I have no complaints at all. I can not think of anything that would improve the service. Very thankful!”
What Is the Purpose of ERV and HRV Systems?
An energy recovery system is a device or mechanism that captures and reuses wasted energy from one process and converts it into useful energy for another process.
It can include systems that recover heat, pressure, or mechanical energy and use it to generate electricity, heat buildings, or industrial power processes. Some examples of energy recovery systems include heat exchangers, turbines, and regenerative brakes.
A heat recovery system can include systems that recover heat from industrial processes, such as manufacturing or power generation, or from building HVAC systems, such as air conditioning or ventilation. A heat recovery system can significantly increase energy efficiency and reduce energy costs by capturing and reusing this wasted heat energy.
Is an HRV or ERV Better?
The choice between a heat recovery ventilator (HRV) and an energy recovery ventilator (ERV) depends on the specific needs of a building or application.
An HRV system is designed to recover heat from the outgoing stale air and transfer it to the incoming fresh air while keeping the two air streams separate. It can be particularly useful in cold climates, which can help reduce heating costs by preheating incoming fresh air.
An ERV system, on the other hand, transfers not only heat but also moisture between the outgoing stale air and incoming fresh air. It can be particularly useful in humid climates, which can help reduce cooling costs by pre-cooling and dehumidifying incoming fresh air.
Schedule an Indoor Air Quality Assessment
We want to ensure that you have superior air quality in your household while also helping you to save on energy expenses. Book online or call us to schedule an indoor air quality assessment.
Frequently Asked Questions About Energy Recovery Ventilators
An ERV can help to improve indoor air quality by introducing fresh outdoor air, reducing the buildup of pollutants and moisture inside a building. It can also help to reduce energy costs by preconditioning incoming fresh air and reusing wasted energy from outgoing stale air.
An ERV is similar to an HRV but also transfers moisture between the two air streams. It can make it more efficient in humid climates, which can help reduce cooling costs by dehumidifying incoming fresh air.
ERV is not as efficient in cold climates as in humid climates, but it can still be used to recover some heat energy from outgoing stale air and transfer it to incoming fresh air.
ERV systems require regular maintenance to ensure they are working efficiently and effectively. It can include cleaning or replacing the filters, inspecting and cleaning the heat exchanger, and checking the ductwork for leaks.
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