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Did you know that social housing accounts for almost 20% of the UK’s housing stock*, representing a huge proportion of invested capital for both councils and housing associations? Improper ventilation within these properties can cause high levels of humidity and other … Continue reading
If you are looking for a heat recovery system to fit into a small space, look no further – the energiSava 280 could be the ideal solution for you!
Let us introduce you to Innovation 4 Care Homes. As suppliers of innovative ventilation systems, we are extremely passionate about providing good indoor air quality to everyone, which is why we’ve joined forces with Bioclad® and JTM Service in a … Continue reading
As most developers and builders already know, ventilation became a ‘notifiable work’ as a result of the 2010 revisions to Part F of the Building regulations. Ventilation must now be installed by a competent person and signed off by Building … Continue reading
EnviroVent offer a wide range of highly sustainable and low energy mechanical ventilation systems including MVHR, all ideal for new build properties. Our products have also been independently tested by BRE and are included in the SAP Appendix Q database.
Following the government’s ambitious target of an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050, the need for reducing the carbon impact of dwellings has never been more important.