Product Announcement

Go Cordless with InspirAIR® Compact The InspirAIR Compact line of HRVs and ERVs for multi-unit residential buildings is now ready for hard-wiring applications.  All units can be ordered with an ETL-approved junction box instead of a power cord and plug.  So now engineers and installers have the option to bring a conduit directly to the… Read more »

Discover the new version of Selector!

Find and configure the ideal HRV/ERV for your project with the new version of Selector! Finding the product that meets your needs doesn’t need to be complicated! You aren’t sure which model is best suited for your commercial project? Try our selection software to save time! The latest version of the software is now available… Read more »

InspirAIR Commercial Launches!

Get inspired — and inspire confidence in your customers — with brand new InspirAIR Commercial indoor and outdoor heat- and energy recovery ventilators! This product line was created with the needs of the construction industry in mind: competitive prices, short lead times, and offering a wide selection of options to fit the requirements of the… Read more »

New version of Selector software is now available!

Selector saves you a lot of time when choosing the right commercial HRV/ERV. Just select your airflow requirements, design conditions and other criteria, and Selector will propose one or more product models that meet your needs. Then you can generate a submittal PDF with all the project details for quotes and approvals. The new version… Read more »

Does my Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) have a problem?

Does my Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) have a problem? Do you have condensation in your windows? No, your HRV is not the problem. An HRV is an effective, energy-efficient and healthy method of managing moisture in your home in the winter, but your HRV does not remove condensation from your windows, it removes excess moisture… Read more »

Are Bathroom Fans Obsolete?

The residential ventilation strategy of using an HRV and ZRTs to ventilate bathrooms, instead of using individual bathroom fans, is more cost effective for the builder and for the home owner. Not only is the initial cost of the equipment and installation less expensive: the operating costs are lower as well. Rather than installing energy-wasting bathroom fans… Read more »

Autumn is HRV Maintenance Season

Across Canada, heating season is fast approaching. While it is still warm out, it’s an ideal time to open up your HRV and do the annual maintenance: clean the heat-recovery core, wash or replace the filters, and ensure that the drains are clear of any blockages. Our new and improved residential installation and maintenance guide offers many… Read more »