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Residential Ventilation Systems

Air pollution and allergens aren't limited to the outdoors, they're a problem indoors too. That's why we offer complete residential ventilation systems for new and existing homes, with support at every stage of your project.

Residential Products

Experts in Residential Ventilation

We have been developing residential ventilation products for over 50 years, providing landlords, tenants, and private homeowners with cleaner air to breathe. As experts in the ventilation of residential properties, we’ve answered some of the most common questions we receive below.

What causes poor indoor air quality?

Indoor air quality is generally the result of everyday activities, such as using gas cooking appliances, spray cleaning items and aerosol beauty products. Without adequate ventilation, pollutants released from these activities can become trapped inside, resulting in poor indoor air quality.

What are the risks of inadequate ventilation?

People are spending more time inside their homes than ever before. Without adequate ventilation, residents could be exposed to over 900 potentially dangerous particles and allergens. With the majority of these pollutants being invisible and odourless, it’s critical that homes are adequately ventilated to ensure the health and safety of those living there. Some of the health issues they could experience include:

  • Respiratory problems
  • Headaches
  • Aches and pains
  • Irritated eyes
  • Sinusitis

What is the solution to improved indoor air quality?

There are a number of ways to improve indoor air quality, which will create a safer and healthier environment.

  • Open windows. Circulating fresh air into the home will let oxygen in and harmful pollutants out.
  • Maintain a clean home. Regularly cleaning bedding, curtains, and surfaces will limit the amount of dust in the home.
  • Ventilate the air. Installing residential ventilation fans will prevent the build-up of condensation and mould, which could otherwise cause health issues.

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Approved Document F: Ventilation Building Regulations Explained

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