Sales of MVHR Units Are Exploding According to Reports

Sales of MVHR Units Are Exploding According to Reports

The market for MVHR units is exploding at the moment according to a recent report by Verified Market Research and is set to reach USD 4.93 Billion by 2026, which is up from USD 2.09 Billion in 2018. This represents an average compound annual growth rate of over 11%. Many factors can explain this increase in demand, and the global pandemic may have a role to play here. But there are other possible reasons why more homeowners are turning to mechanical ventilation heat recovery systems these days. Let's take a look at some of them.

Cost Savings

Homeowners are becoming increasingly cost-conscious, and heat recovery ventilation systems can allow them to save both on heat and air conditioning. That's because MVHR systems use air that was conditioned inside the house to temper the air that is coming in.

MHVR units do this by expelling inside air through a ducting system and an air exchanger while simultaneously pulling air from outside. This allows homeowners to make major savings, especially when they have to deal with extreme temperatures. Not to mention that heating and air conditioning are two of the most energy-hungry components of any home.

Buyers need to be careful from whom they buy these units, however. Some suppliers may trick owners into buying units that are too powerful for their needs or use sub-par components that will constantly need to be replaced. If owners want a supplier they can trust, companies like www.bpcventilation.com are a good bet as they have been in the space for more than a decade and have a solid track record for quality and stellar after-care service.

Lower Carbon Footprint

Homeowners are also more concerned than ever with environmental issues and want to reduce their house’s carbon footprint, and using heat recovery technology is one of the best ways to do it. It has been found that installing an MVHR unit could allow the average household to reduce its carbon footprint by as much as 30%.

That's attractive not only to environmentally conscious owners but buyers as well. This means that we can expect more buyers to ask for the technology and more owners to install units to make their homes more attractive.

Better Air Quality

Another major benefit of MVHR systems is how much they can improve air quality inside a home and the well-being of its inhabitants. Depending on the filtration level that you choose, you can block everything from mould spores, pet hair and dandruff, allergens, and certain pathogens. Not only that, but MVHR systems can also rid the air of excess moisture. This makes these units perfect for those who are struggling with chronic respiratory issues or simply want to enjoy better, cleaner air.

These are all reasons why MVHR units seem to be rising in popularity across the board and why more people should consider them. Any homeowner who hasn't looked at this technology could look into its benefits right away and consider it as an option.

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