Energy Recovery Ventilator - ERV - Benefits and How It Works - Panasonic FV-04VE1 + FV-WC04VE1

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We spend 90% of our time indoors and the EPA says that indoor pollution is generally 200% to 500% worse than outdoor pollution.

As part of our "Fresh Air Fridays" series, Matt Hoots owner of SawHorse, a Licensed Contractor and Green Design Expert discusses how an ERV works and the benefits for your home or office. 

Matt unboxes the FV-04VE1 and FV-WC04VE1 and talks about how each part works and design consideration for a future install.

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