Are you experiencing issues with condensation and mould in your properties or simply need some advice around ventilation in your properties?
A recent report by Rentokil Property Care estimated 5.8 million homes are suffering with issues such as condensation and mould. These are costly problems as they affect the fabric of the building, as well as the health of tenants.
These types of issues are present in a high number of properties and are normally as a result of;
- Poor and ineffective ventilation
- Poor or ineffective heating
- Lack of education and understanding around moisture, air movement and the need and benefits of ventilation
It’s amazing how many extractor fans are making a lot of noise and doing nothing to help remove moisture, reduce humidity and keep properties free from condensation.
Why work with HRV?
We are specialists.
We care about air – simple. Ventilation systems and fans may require electrical wiring and the odd plumbing connection, but getting ventilation right in a property to deliver good indoor air quality and eliminate issues such as condensation and mould requires an understanding of different types of ventilation and air movement. Our team has experience across the board – designing systems, installing, commissioning and ultimately dealing with issues.
We are independent.
Our work in large scale new build developments and maintaining existing homes has allowed us to gain experience and develop relationships with all of the market leading manufacturers of ventilation systems. We have access to the widest range of solutions that offer energy efficient, silent running ventilation and offer unbiased advice when it comes to providing the right solution for the job.
We are committed to quality.
We can’t see air, but we well know the consequences of getting it wrong inside a property – whether a week, month or year, incorrect product choice and poor installation will present issues to the homeowner and occupant. We have a team of engineers who work to our HRV Best Practice which has been developed over years of experience of being onsite and dealing with issues. No matter engineer is working on the job, this best practice is always used – guaranteeing you a high quality and effective end result.