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The Benefits of an ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator)

By | May 3rd, 2016|Energy Recovery Ventilation|

Since 1968, residents of the Northwest Arkansas region have had access to an HVAC innovator and industry leader. Paschal Heat, Air & Geothermal has a proven track record of success by relying on top names in manufactured HVAC products. This ensures customers of highest value and excellent customer service by trained technicians. […]

Mechanically Introduced Fresh Air ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator)

By | March 10th, 2016|Energy Recovery Ventilation|

When your home is sealed up and insulated really well, it keeps the heat in during the winter and the heat out during the summer. This is a great thing, but with every good thing some times comes a negative. Being too closed up can make it stuffy due to the lack of air flow throughout the home or business. The more fresh air the healthier the environment in the building is. […]

Ventilate Your Home with an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) HVAC

By | January 19th, 2016|Air Conditioning, Energy Recovery Ventilation|

Did you know that According to statistics by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency, the level of indoor pollution is normally five percent higher as compared to outdoor pollution?  There are many causes of indoor pollution that include human habitation processes such as cooking, cleaning, breathing and combustion. As such, ventilation is crucial to maintaining a healthy indoor air quality. Some homeowners opt to design houses which “self-ventilate.” However, this may not be the ideal solution due to uncontrollable climate conditions. A better solution, which has now and for many years been adopted by homeowners, is using Mechanically introduced fresh air. ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator). […]

Balance Your Household Ventilation With An ERV

By | November 3rd, 2015|Energy Recovery Ventilation, Ventilation|

In today’s tightly-sealed, energy efficient houses, a source of mechanically introduced fresh air is vital to maintain indoor air quality. As residential construction methods become more air-tight to conserve heating and cooling, airborne particulates and contaminants can accumulate to harmful levels never seen in the drafty, well-ventilated homes of the past.  Today, the gold standard for mechanically introduced fresh air ventilation is the ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator.) […]

Reasons an Energy Recovery Ventilation System Could Work for Your Home

By | November 18th, 2014|Energy Recovery Ventilation|

As a homeowner, you may wonder how to best ventilate your home without wasting energy and letting in unwanted contaminants and humidity. An energy recovery ventilation (ERV) system is designed to provide fresh air to your home with minimal energy loss. […]

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