Due to the way modern homes are now built—so airtight—inside ventilation tends to be bad. Few fresh air currents can enter to replace stale air, resulting in low quality air circulating around and around the house. Opening a window brings in the Greater Tacoma area’s fresh air, but it also means drawing in air that needs extra energy from the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to heat or cool it.
One way to overcome this challenge is with a ductless heat recovery ventilator (HRV). This is a simple, affordable, and effective solution for ventilation problems without energy waste.
At Resicon LLC, we provide service to install, repair, and maintain the superb LUNOS e2™ System of ductless HRVs. We have OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Administration) 10-certified and US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certified team members, and we emphasize training to ensure the best service for all customers. You will have a hard time finding more qualified HVAC professionals here in Washington.
How Does a Ductless HRV System Improve Ventilation?
The LUNOS e2 System is the first decentralized HRV of its kind available in the United States and is perfect for homes with tight construction and high efficiency. Instead of using the ductwork in the home (if there is any), which allows for heat loss and heat gain, this ductless HRV is a through-wall ventilation system, alleviating the need for ductwork. A ductless system also takes up less space and costs less than a conventional ducted HRV.
The operation of the LUNOS e2 System is easy to explain.
A fan draws the inside air from your home through the unit, which charges a ceramic core in that fan unit as the air is exhausted outside. The fan then pauses and runs in reverse to draw a current of outside air through the charged core and air filter, recovering up to 90 percent of the energy from exhaust air in the charged core.
To create balanced ventilation, two units are installed in a space. Multiple units throughout your house are timed with each other to create synchronized cross ventilation. Your house will enjoy continual fresh air circulation and exhaust without any significant energy loss.
LUNOS e2 System Installation
Our HVAC experts are specially trained to install the LUNOS e2 System in your home. We will know where to place the pairs of fans around your house for maximum system efficiency. (Usually fan pairs will go in each room with an outside wall.)
We strongly recommend you do not attempt this installation on your own, since it requires drilling through walls and the system placement is important for the best effect. We will ensure you have balanced air, energy savings, and comfort from your LUNOS e2 System.
LUNOS e2 System Repairs
Once you have the benefit of a LUNOS e2System in your home, there may come a time where you require a repair. If that time arrives, you can depend on our highly certified professionals to quickly respond and remedy the issue. We will always work hard to be sure your indoor air quality is the highest it can be. Your health and comfort are very important to us.
LUNOS e2 System Maintenance
Just as with any other HVAC system in your home, a LUNOS e2 System requires routine professional maintenance. Our experts will routinely inspect and clean your HRV system to keep it working at peak performance. You will experience high energy efficiency and infrequent repairs as a result.
We Are Your Ductless HRV Experts
Resicon LLC is a full-service HVAC contractor. No matter what service you need for a ductless HRV, we can help. We handle new installations, repairs, and routine maintenance. Our team has years of experience working with many types of ductless HVAC systems to help homes enjoy the benefits of this simple but ingenious alternative to standard central heating, cooling, and indoor air quality.
We offer 100 percent in-house ductless system installs, which is not something you will find elsewhere here in the Tacoma, WA, area. Call us at 253-625-7952or request service online with any questions you may have.
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