Your home was built to be energy efficient and Lifebreath units help it stay that way.
Today’s energy efficient homes trap stale air indoors causing poor air quality and potential health problems for you and your family. Lifebreath units work to remove stale indoor air and replace with fresh outdoor, helping to prevent moisture build-up, mold and rot.
What is a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV)?
Have you just uncovered a box in your basement and you’re not sure what it does? Or are you considering purchasing a new unit for your home? Learn everything you need to know about how Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) units work, and how they can benefit your home or workplace.
What is an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV)?
Whether you are considering purchasing a new ERV system, or you bought a home that has one already installed, read more about how Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) systems work, and the differences between an ERV and HRV.
Service & Maintenance
Certified contractors will help you install it professionally, as well as properly serving your unit.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Why You Need a Certified Contractor
Whether you’re looking to purchase a new unit, replace an outdated system or need to make repairs to your equipment, a certified contractor can help provide solutions that meet your unique needs and your budget. Certified contractors will help you select the right unit for your home or business and install it professionally.Find a Contractor