Summers in Escondido, CA are actually a lot milder than they might be elsewhere in Southern California. Life on the coast can be that way, which is why so many of us choose to live here. But you’ll still need your air conditioner to work as it should every day, and when the winter comes those nights can be quite chilly to boot. Keeping your HVAC systems running isn’t usually a problem. The problem comes with the costs involved. Monthly bills can eat your household budget alive, and they seem to get a little high every year.
The solution may be an energy recovery ventilator, or ERV, installed in your home’s attic. Now is the ideal time to do so, with summer just getting started and the taste of our first real heat wave in the background? What is an energy recovery ventilator and how does it work? Here’s a quick breakdown.