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Title 24: Broan-NuTone Releases Lineup of Compliant Energy-Efficient Solutions for 2020 Builders
Broan-NuTone to Launch the Most Efficient HRVs/ERVs at IBS 2020
 
HARTFORD, Wis. (January 21, 2020) – California’s recent improvements upon residential energy code regulations in the Building Energy Efficient Standards (Title 24, Parts 6 and 11) will take effect for buildings permitted on or after January 1, 2020. The 2019 standards are the first in an anticipated wave of regulation changes, using an Energy Design Rating (EDR) scoring system to measure efficiency and incentivize builders to use the most efficient technologies in order to reduce energy consumption and improve indoor environmental quality.
 
To accommodate builders in California and those determined to improve energy and indoor environmental efficacy across the U.S, Broan-NuTone, the industry leader in residential ventilation and air quality solutions to ensure everyone can Come Home to Fresh Air, has introduced new title 24-complaint energy saving solutions that streamline the process of creating a balanced, energy-efficient environment while making it easy for builders to reduce their Energy Design Rating.
 
Launching at this International Builders’ Show, happening January 21-23 in Las Vegas, Broan’s revolutionary lineup of Heat / Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV / HRV) represents the most efficient way to ventilate and prevent energy loss when compared to other energy loss solutions.
 

 
HRVs and ERVs are the whole home ventilation centerpiece of today’s tightly-constructed, energy-efficient homes. Broan’s Heat / Energy Recovery Ventilators are made with Venmar Core Technology, which uses the temperature of outgoing air to warm or cool the fresh incoming air, maximizing home comfort while reducing energy loss. The HRV or ERV can be installed within three hours, and easily integrates with existing furnace systems. They can also be installed independently using fully ducted systems, bringing fresh air to every room of the house.
 
The fresh air system can also be ducted to bathrooms and operated with an optional wall control to exhaust excess moisture, eliminating the need for spot ventilation exhaust fans. Broan’s series of of Title 24 compliant wall controls are also compatible with the HRV130FLS or ERV130FLS, equipped with the best sensing technology to enhance ventilation of all Broan-NuTone exhaust fans.
 
 
With the push of a button, the VB20W model allows the unit to provide 20 minutes of high-speed ventilation, rapidly expelling stale indoor air. Up to five can be installed in various different rooms around the house.
 

 
 


The VT4W model is the most economically-friendly and simple to use. It offers basic air exchange models and allows the homeowner to select minimum, maximum and intermittent air exchange speeds.

 
The VT7W model is a modern-looking wall control with a flexible LCD screen, displaying the many available operation modes. This model offers various air exchange speeds and recirculation and dehumidistat operation modes.
 
 
 


“We are so excited to offer builders and homeowners a solution to all of their Title 24 questions at IBS this year,” said Pat Neilson, Broan’s Global Technical Products Manager. “We believe California is a leader in energy efficient regulations, and we are proud to offer products that make it easy to for builders to reduce energy consumption and create balanced and improved indoor environmental quality.”
 
All Broan Title 24 solutions will be on display at the International Builders Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center at booth #C5223.
 
About BROAN-NuTone® LLC
Broan-NuTone® LLC is North America's leading manufacturer and distributor of residential ventilation products including range hoods, ventilation fans, heater/fan/light combination units, balanced ventilation systems (IAQ), built-in heaters, attic ventilators and residential built-in convenience products including doorbells and central vacuum systems. Broan-NuTone® LLC is proud to be an ENERGY STAR®, partner.
 
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