Heat Recovery Ventilation

Building Regulations are constantly changing but Brightstar Energy Systems will help guide you through the best solutions to enable you to comply with current ventilation and insulation standards. Revisions to Part L, F and SAP have raised performance standards to a level that provides a strong incentive to consider lower carbon systems.

Heat Recovery Ventilation
Heat Recovery Ventilation

We work with several market leaders in heat recovery ventilation, manufactures including Mitsubishi, Panasonic and Nuaire which allows Brightstar Energy to supply the correct system for your scheme.


Our systems range from straight forward extraction from wet area’s to whole house mechanical ventilation units that feature the most efficient heat recovery available today with the added benefit of passive comfort cooling.

Ventilation Systems

Ventilation systems provide many benefits for the end user including being supplied with fresh clean air 24 hours a day which filters out up to 99% of airborne particles as small as 0.1 micron i.e. pollen, bacteria, smoke, viruses, traffic fumes, which provides a sound investment for those who suffer from allergies and who have young children.

Full Service

Our full service includes the design, supply, installation, and commissioning of your ventilation system, we can also design and supply the kit for installation by one of your own competent engineers.

Getting in touch

For more information please call 01603 858733 or email info@brightstar-energy.co.uk

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