People are increasingly aware of the problems of indoor pollution and the important contribution that well-planned ventilation makes to modern living.
Effective ventilation is now regarded as a necessity because no one can feel their best or work efficiently in air that contains smells, smoke, humidity or excessive heat. Stale air in pubs, clubs, offices and workshops is bad for business. In the stuffy atmosphere created by lack of ventilation, colds, flu and airborne viruses quickly spread.
Vent-Axia controlled ventilation can help in all these situations and reduce lost output caused by absenteeism through illness.
Damaging condensation affects 4.5 million homes in the UK alone. This can quickly cause paintwork and wallpaper to deteriorate and encourages mould, stains and rotting. People are then faced with the expensive cost of redecorating. Unfortunately, modern thermally efficient buildings are not designed to encourage natural ventilation. The Building Regulations are recognising this problem and, nationally, local authorities are specifying higher rates of ventilation. When installing ventilation it is most important to obtain maximum efficiency from the investment – so proper ventilation planning is essential.