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The air in your home could cause...


81% of people are at risk of suffering from a respiratory or dermatological condition because of poor air quality inside their home.

54% of people have experienced mould or condensation in their home.

15.3 million (65%) homes in the UK are at risk of ‘Toxic Home Syndrome’.

Indoor air may contain over 900 chemicals, particles and biological materials with potential harmful health effects.



Ventilation can vastly improve your indoor air quality

“Problems caused by poor indoor air quality can affect not only the conditions of your house but, more importantly, your health. Not to worry, we’re here to help.

By choosing a suitable Ventilation solution, you’ll be making a positive step to vastly improving your indoor air quality. Whether it’s a question of preventing mould growth in your bathroom or providing your entire house with clean, fresh air - we will have the answer."

Jenny Smith, Marketing Manager Vent-Axia

We recommend...


Single Room Ventilation
Suitable for existing dwellings
Low Energy = Low Cost
Discreet in design
Single room application








Whole House Ventilation
Suitable for self builds/new builds
Ventilation for entire dwelling
Option for heat recovery
Low running costs


Other indoor air quality considerations...





The Balanced Healthy Home Environment

= Ventilation + Heating + Insulation

An ideal indoor environment for a home is one which is air-tight and well insulated, with consistent heating, when required, matched with a ventilation system that removes moist and stale air to keep you healthy.

However, a number of professional bodies and studies indicate that between 20% and 40% of UK homes are affected by poor indoor air quality, which is impacting on our health. The primary causes of poor indoor air quality are condensation and mould. There are many factors which contribute to this; such as poor insulation, inadequate heating and ventilation, and the lifestyles of the occupants. The critical challenge for a householder is to strike the balance between insulation, heating and ventilation; but it is ventilation that is often forgotten as we invest in our heating and building fabric improvements.

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