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Mould-Busting, Condensation-Banishing Positive Input Ventilation

Mould-Busting, Condensation-Banishing Positive Input Ventilation

The environments we create in our houses make them homes. Everything from painting a wall to installing a spotlight and choosing a sofa to ensuring an efficient heating system all make for a cosy home with an embracing aura.

One area that often doesn’t get the recognition it deserves is ventilation. Quite alarmingly, though, many homes are poorly ventilated throughout the UK. That’s because everyday activities such as using the washing machine, taking a bath and making sure the heat stays in, all contribute to that stuffy humidity in the air.

The Dangers of Humidity

Humidity doesn’t stop at being content with supplying a somewhat uncomfortable atmosphere. It can also lead to condensation, damp and mould build ups, which can be detrimental to health.

Condensation is a naturally occurring reaction. Cooking, showers and drying clothes all lead to condensation. The moisture produced can take away from air quality in the home and a big build up can potentially make it difficult to breathe.

condensation - Positive Input Ventilation Seemingly harmless condensation

Many pests love to bask in the climates created by poor ventilation. Dust mites in particular, are huge fans of humid atmospheres. They bring with them a whole range of risks too. Accumulated exposure to these nasty critters has been linked with medical conditions such as asthma, eczema and conjunctivitis.

Poor ventilation can also encourage damp and mould to make your house their home. Not only are they pretty horrid on the eye, they also smell rather bad and can end up taking over the whole building if not dealt with. And of course, mould is a massive trigger for asthma and other breathing difficulties.

Dealing with Mould and Condensation with PIV

How can you effectively deal with this problem? One of the most efficient and ultimately best ways is through the use of positive input ventilation (PIV). PIV units such as the Dri-Eco-Heat-HC supply a fresh flow of air around the home.

The air in your home is replenished with a clean atmosphere, dispelling the moisture that can make life unbearable at times. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, allergens, radon and carbon monoxide are all tackled by the unit, too.

DRIMASTER HOUSE COLD DAY - Positive Input Ventilation How the Drimaster Eco effectively improves the air in your home

All of this results in a much happier, healthier home with cleaner air. Health problems can be reduced and those unsightly patches and dripping ceilings will be a thing of the past.

A Fresh Approach

Drimaster Eco Heat fits effortlessly into a loft or attic and can get to work almost immediately. You’d be amazed as to how much moisture is actually is in the air all around your home.

Incredibly easy to install and extremely energy efficient to boot, Nuaire PIV units give your home the fresh air that you deserve. Condensation and mould have no way to accumulate thanks to the constant filtering occurring at all times.

Nuaire units come with incredible benefits, comply with building regulation ventilation requirements and have been clinically proven to help people with allergies or asthma from onsets or exasperated symptoms.

Nuaire filters are readily available, too. You won’t ever have to worry about running out. These units really can make the world of difference. Relieve your home of nasty, humid environments and feel the power of positive input ventilation!

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