Choosing the right size heat recovery system for your home can be a tricky decision, as there are many factors to consider. But don’t worry, with the right information and guidance, you can make the right choice.

The first step is to determine the size of your home. If you know the square meterage of each floor in the house and how many rooms it has, that’s a great start. This will help you determine how much air needs to be circulated in order to heat or cool your space efficiently.

The next step is to decide on a heat recovery system that will meet your needs. A heat recovery system allows you to reduce energy costs and improve indoor air quality by transferring heat from exhaust air to fresh supply air, while recovering up to 70 percent of energy used for heating or cooling.

When selecting a system, look for one with an adjustable airflow rate that meets the needs of your house size and number of occupants. Euroheat Australia offers an extensive range of systems designed for different sizes and types of homes, with adjustable airflow rates ranging from 50 up to 400 cubic metres per hour (m3/h).

It’s also important to consider the type of environment in which you live – if it’s damp or humid, choose a unit with a condensation control feature or an integral humidity sensor for added comfort. If you live in an area where temperatures drop below 0 degrees Celsius during winter months, consider choosing a system with freeze protection built in. Euroheat Australia offers systems with these features built-in, so they can be tailored to suit any application or environmental condition.

Once you’ve selected a suitable unit, it’s time to calculate how much energy you could save by installing it. By recovering 70% of energy used for heating or cooling your home, you could potentially save up to 20% on energy bills each month! And if you invest in high-quality installation services from Euroheat Australia – Perth engineers & installers who have been designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems for 30 years – then this saving could increase even further!

Finally, think about maintenance costs when selecting a system – some units require more frequent servicing than others so it pays off to do your research beforehand and choose one that suits your budget long-term!

With all these factors taken into consideration, choosing the right size heat recovery system for your home should be easy! The professionals at Euroheat Australia can help guide you through this process so don’t hesitate to get in touch today if you need any advice on selecting and installing the best system for your needs!

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