Ventilation manufacturer Nuaire has strengthened its residential customer offering with the appointment of six Residential Business Development Managers. Members of the new specialist team have been selected based on their technical expertise and will offer a higher level of advice to Mechanical & Electrical consultants and end users who specify Nuaire products.
Covering the UK and Ireland, six managers have been appointed from within Nuaire in order to capitalise on their existing knowledge of ventilation design and legislation. With heat recovery ventilation (MVHR) becoming an increasingly popular ventilation strategy, Nuaire has been vocal in highlighting the importance of best practice design, installation and commissioning for several years through its design service and free BPEC installer training. Now with the appointment of this specialist team customers can benefit from in-depth technical understanding of domestic ventilation design, including the effects of Part F the Domestic Ventilation Compliance Guide and Part L Building Regulations, and the impact of systems on SAP Appendix Q. The new appointees are also tasked with identifying future product and service opportunities which will answer problems being faced by the construction industry now and in the future.
Managing the team, Residential National Sales Manager Andrew Sellman explained:
“I am extremely pleased to announce this new service from Nuaire. We are now able to offer detailed advice and guidance to more customers including Mechanical & Electrical consultants and national house builders, answering challenges facing the construction industry such as how to overcome noise critical sites, and how to combat overheating when temperatures rise.”
"When consultants require ventilation advice for residential projects they can now deal with an expert at a very technical level. Residential building designers face similar issues as our Commercial customers. They are concerned with reducing energy and meeting legislation, and providing good indoor air quality for occupants. Our new Business Development Managers provide expert knowledge on residential regulations and legislation as well as the correct system design and ductwork, helping customers to achieve a high SAP Q score and to follow best practice.”
Andrew Nash will cover London, Shaun Gustard will cover the South West, Max Burton will cover the North East, Bob Gormley will cover the North West, Jim Glass will cover Scotland, and Ryan Gregg will cover Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The new Business Development Managers will work in conjunction with the company’s free in-house design service which advises customers on the most suitable ventilation solution that are fully compliant with regulations, and offers free drawing with designs that are underwritten with Nuaire’s own guarantee.
Mr Sellman said: “We are confident that alongside our market-leading range of innovative products and our design service, the expert knowledge offered by our new team will give our customers the most comprehensive service.”