If you’re looking to install a heat recovery unit in your home, it’s important to choose one that is the right size for your needs. Too large and you’ll waste energy; too small and you won’t get the full benefit of your system. That’s why it’s important to work out exactly how much energy you need, and what size unit would be best for your home.
One way to do this is by calculating the thermal output of the heat recovery unit needed for your home. To do this, you’ll need to know a few details about your home, such as its total floor area and insulation levels. You’ll also need to consider how often the unit will be used – if it’s a single-zone system, for example, or multiple-zone system – as well as the type of climate in which it will be installed. Once you’ve got all these details, you can calculate the thermal output of the unit needed for your home.
Once you’ve figured out the thermal output of the heat recovery unit needed for your home, it’s time to look at what type of system would best suit your needs. There are several types of heat recovery systems available on the market today – from air source systems that use outdoor air to collect energy, to ground source systems that use buried pipes underground. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages – so it pays to do some research before making a decision.
You may also want to consider using design and installation services provided by professionals such as Euroheat Australia who have 30 years experience in constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems with reliable performance & excellent value for money. Euroheat Australia provide a comprehensive design & installation service designed around each individual customer’s needs & requirements using quality materials & components from leading suppliers in Australia & around the world whilst ensuring competitive prices with cost effective solutions for all clients regardless of their budget restrictions or project requirements.
Once you have chosen a suitable system for your needs, it’s time to think about how much energy savings & cost reduction can be achieved through installing a heat recovery unit in your home. Heat recovery systems are designed to capture heat energy from warm air being exhausted from inside (e.g., cooking or showering) and use it to preheat fresh incoming air without significant loss of efficiency resulting in considerable savings on heating bills due to reduced energy consumption as well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels such as oil or gas resulting in further savings by avoiding paying carbon taxes associated with burning these fuels .
To give an example calculation: let’s say you have an average sized house (100m2) with an average level of insulation (R2). Installing a suitable size heat recovery unit could result in savings up to 25% on heating bills and up 40% on cooling bills due to reduced energy consumption which could amount up $1,100 per year!
So there you have it – choosing the right size heat recovery unit for your home is essential if you want maximum benefits from installing this kind of system. With careful consideration given both when selecting and installing an appropriate sized system according Euroheat Australia’s experienced engineers & installers these savings can easily be achieved resulting in considerable financial returns over time making this type of investment very attractive indeed!