Social Housing Projects
- Vent-Axia's Ultra-Quiet Solution Is The Key To Cost And Carbon Cutting For Magna West Somerset Housing Association
Near-silent, continuous running ventilation from Vent-Axia, the market leader in low carbon ventilation, is helping one housing association in the West Country make across the board improvements to its tenanted housing stock.
Vent-Axia has helped the Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO), East Durham Homes, to meet the Decent Homes standard, improving indoor air quality and tenant comfort for council housing in Horden, Peterlee and Seaham with Lo-Carbon™ Safety Extra Voltage (SELV) Centra dMEV ventilation.
Vent-Axia’s ground-breaking Lo-Carbon™ Centra and Quadra fans have helped improve the indoor air quality for residents at a block of flats. The flats known as Spencerbeck are located in the Ormesby area of Middlesbrough. They were refurbished by Coast & Country as part of the Decent Homes programme.
Vent-Axia has always known its fans are second to none in performance and quality and now the company has support from MITIE’s Property Services business in its claim. Over the last 18 months, approximately 1,800 of Vent-Axia’s dMEV (decentralized Mechanical Extract Ventilation) Lo-Carbon Centra fans have been installed on a far-reaching refurbishment project for housing provider, A2Dominion, earning a ringing endorsement from MITIE.