Energy Efficiency

Warm, dry and sustainable

Australia may not be an overly damp country, but in fact many of our homes are damp, and dampness makes them pretty inefficient to heat. The more heat you put in, the more money you pay out – but it doesn’t have to be this way.

Creating a drier home environment through proper ventilation is the first step towards better energy efficiency. But there are other factors we need to look at to get our homes heating more sustainably too.

In our homes we often focus on one main living area, warming just that, and leaving other key areas of the home, like bedrooms, cold and neglected. By shifting our focus to regulating the temperature throughout our homes we can create a healthier and more sustainable space to live in, using the energy we create more effectively. 

Choosing the most effective and energy efficient products for your home is the final piece in the puzzle. Energy efficiency is a big focus for us in our product development. Take a look at our clever and effective products that can help you make things more comfortable and sustainable – for your family and for your budget. Find out how.

Ventilation

Dry air is the perfect foundation for heating, which is why ventilation is the key to helping us heat our homes more efficiently. There’s also a lot of existing heat in our homes that can be put to better use when available, just by spreading that warm, dry air around the home. Our clever range of ventilation solutions make the most of these existing heat sources when available, to sustainably warm your home environment.

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Liz
28/03/2014

We Love our HRV! No more wet windows so far this winter, and even better - our heating is so much more efficient. We have a flued gas heater in our lounge that never used to get past the door into the family room, now you can feel the warmth through the kitchen and into the family room. Dryer house? Positive pressure? Who knows it just works :-)

Lisa G
28/03/2014

We love how our HRV has dried out our home.  Previously we would have months in a row with condensation on the windows every morning and now we almost never get any condensation and when we do it is minimal.  This removes the need to clean mouldy windowframes.  The house is also so much easier to heat with the fire and clothes hung on airers dry faster.  All in all a great investment!

Melinda
28/03/2014

We got ours installed in February. i thought we probably wouldn't notice anything until Winter. It was really humid over Summer and the fabric on our couch and chairs felt wet. It dried out in about three weeks. We also haven't needed the heater on as much. When the gas heater is on I noticed it  doesn't need to go as often as the room is warmer.

Denise
28/03/2014

We had an HRV installed two years ago and I still can't believe how great this works.  In winter no condensation on windows, no mould anywhere.  Best of all my daughter's bronchial asthma has gone.  We use less energy to heat the whole house as it is warmer inside.  In the summer it is cooler inside,easy to sleep, no headaches from stuffy bedrooms.  I wouldn't live in a home without one now.

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