Clean and effective air ventilation is a natural way of creating a healthy, comfortable and energy efficient home. Natural ventilation removes heat in summer, whilst controlling moisture in winter, making room for fresh air to breathe life into your home.
We understand that one may not fully understand the ventilation requirements of their home or office and as such, we help our clients choose the right size, number, type of vents and if necessary design a complete ventilation system inline with European regulations.
No Energy Consumption
All natural ventilators are wind driven and provide ventilation even in the lowest wind speeds.
Natural ventilators deters unwanted vermin and pests.
Roof and sub-floor ventilators expel moist air from your home, helping you to protect woodwork, and reduce mold and mildew which can trigger asthma and allergies.
Roof vents, ceiling registers and air transfer systems encourage the circulation of fresh air into the areas of your home where it is most beneficial.
Heat builds up in your roof space in summer. Roof ventilation removes the heat replacing it with cooler ambient air. This helps your insulation work more effectively and reduces the load on your air conditioning.
Air Quality and Pollutants
A ventilated work environment is free from toxic emissions. Gas forklifts can emit carbon-monoxide, which generally has no smell and goes undetected.
A well-ventilated building has controlled humidity levels, reducing the chances of bacteria and fungus which thrive in damp conditions.
Decrease Infections, Asthmas and Other Respiratory Issues
Breathing in clean air reduces the chances of respiratory issues which are often caused by dirt inhaled through the mouth, going straight into the lungs.
Increase Comfort and Performance
Excessive heat build-up inside a building can cause discomfort and decrease concentration and work performance.
Safe Working Environment
Roof ventilation removes the heat build up from roof spaces and replaces it with cooler ambient air, reducing the load on air conditioning, particularly where there is ducting.
Protect Equipment and its Performance
Ventilation safeguards capital equipment which can be subject to failure in high humidity environments and abnormal temperatures.
How it Works
During the summer months, roof spaces can reach temperatures as high as 60°C, radiating downwards and causing discomfort in living areas, whilst forcing air conditioners to work harder. Natural ventilation helps to reduce heat from roof spaces, resulting in a cooler home.
The condensation of steam and moisture laden air causes roof spaces to gather moisture. Natural ventilation controls this humidity by keeping the air fresh at all time.