Beama provides guidance on avoiding indoor air quality problems associated with fabric improvements.

Making improvements to your properties to improve its energy efficiency under schemes such as the Green Deal has numerous benefits such as keeping warm air in and lowering energy usage. An important consideration however, when making these improvements is ensuring your property is adequately ventilated.

Beama a trade organisation with a vision to be visible and recognised in the UK and across Europe as the “independent Expert Knowledge Base and Forum” for the Electrotechnical industry, has written a guidance document for those looking to introduce fabric improvements as part of the green deal.

The document, The Green Deal, Avoiding Indoor Air Quality Problems Associated with Fabric Improvements, How to avoid degradation of building fabric and health issues caused by inadequate ventilation, is a must read for anyone considering Green Deal improvements to a property. To download the document click here or to find out more information visit

Nuaire are pleased to offer many cost effective solutions to provide adequate ventilation for properties undertaking energy improvements, and more information can be found on our Residential area of our website, to find out more click here.

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