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Planned Maintenance

Ventilation plays a key role in helping you look after the health and well-being of your resident and protecting the fabric of the building. We can support your long-term plans to help ensure resident health, prevent problems with condensation and mould and reduce on-going costs.

Social Landlords often receive complaints where residents discover moisture within the property. The cause is usually condensation forming due to insufficient ventilation. This leads to a costly process for landlords having to send electricians to rectify these mistakes and repair any damage caused by condensation in the home. It is therefore essential to specify a ventilation unit right first time, to avoid issues further down the line.

Product Specification

Specification Advice

Our dedicated social housing team have a wealth of experience working in this sector and understanding the needs of the resident, registered provider and installer. They are available to offer expert advice to ensure the right products are specified and installed to provide effective ventilation.

Contact us to arrange a free consultation >
Product specification

Specifying the right product

When it comes to condensation, prevention is better than cure. As temperatures drop, social landlords often receive complaints where residents discover moisture within the property. The cause is usually condensation forming due to insufficient ventilation This can lead to a costly process for landlords having to repair any damage caused. The best way to prevent condensation is by ensuring that your home is correctly ventilated. It is therefore worth investing in the right ventilation.

Understanding bathroom zones >Explore our social housing product range >
planned-maintenance site survey

Site Survey

We understand that you have a busy schedule of work to keep on top of. Why not let our expert consultants do the ventilation survey for you? Our free site survey can help you to specify the correct ventilation solution for your project. We will get a report and a quotation back to you within 48 hours of the survey, freeing you up to focus on other aspects of the project.

Arrange a site survey >Why book a site survey? >
Training

Training

Staying ahead of the curve is difficult with so many aspects of a building to consider. To help, we can offer our partners free CPD courses on ventilation assessment and condensation and mould control. We also offer toolbox talks for installers covering product installation and good practice to help make every installation right first time.

View our online CPD material >Find out more about our training resources >
Satisfied Residents

Satisfied Residents

Resident satisfaction has for a long time been a key indicator of a housing provider's success. Improving ventilation offers housing associations with a simple way to combat condensation and mould and a clear route to better indoor air quality.

View our Resident Satisfaction page >

We understand that damp and mould reduces air quality and causes a barrage of health issues. Dampness is essential for the survival of house dust mites. Damp buildings encourage proliferation of mould, bacteria, house dust mites and other micro-organisms some of which are toxin producers or allergens. Damp buildings therefore run a higher risk of asthma, allergies, and skin problems. Planned repairs and regular checking of heating and ventilation of the property can help to prevent damp, condensation and mould.

planned-maintenance avoid mould

Helping your residents avoid mould

The best way to tackle condensation & mould is to prevent it from happening in the first place. There are many ways this can be done: from advice to residents on simple lifestyle tips, to making sure the right product is specified and correctly installed. If you have a kitchen or bathroom refurbishment project coming up and want advice on getting it right first time, get in touch with our consultants today.

Download our free guide to help your residents avoid condensation and mould >
Ventilation Site Survey

Site Survey

Need advice on how to protect your property from condensation and mould? You can arrange a no obligation site survey and receive a report and a quotation within 48 hrs. We can also supply and fit the solution using our experienced in-house installation team with a 30-day money back guarantee and a 7-year warranty.

Arrange a site survey >Why book a site survey? >
Condensation and mould

Learn more about preventing condensation and mould

Condensation and mould can have major implications on the health of your residents, especially young children and the elderly. It can also cause significant damage to your properties. Learn more on how we can help you safeguard your residents while also prospecting the fabric of your buildings.

Learn more about preventing condensation and mould >

As housing becomes increasingly airtight, more homes are being blighted by condensation, mould and the associated problems they bring. Including the regular maintenance of ventilation systems in planned works can help tackle these problems.

Revive Fan

Standardise your planned maintenance project

Not all homes are the same, but your ventilation solutions can be. Stocking lots of different fans can add complexity which means more to go wrong. Our energy efficient Lo-Carbon Revive is the ultimate “one fan on the van” being suitable for almost any situation.

View our Lo-Carbon Revive product >Watch how the Lo-Carbon Revive filterless unitary fan works >
Positive input ventilation

How can Positive Input Ventilation help?

Positive input ventilation (PIV) can help where other types of ventilation have failed. It is a proven method of prevention for condensation and mould issues in habitable rooms without impacting on the living space of the resident. It can also greatly improve the indoor air quality improving lives for sufferers of asthma or allergies.

Read some commonly asked questions and answers related to positive input ventilation >What is Positive Input Ventilation? >
Planned maintenace exploremore products

Explore our wider range of product solutions

Designed with residents in mind, our social housing solutions are powerful enough to remove moist air to help eradicate condensation & mould and at the same time quiet enough not to disturb while remaining energy efficient.

Explore our social housing product range >
Free contractor training

Free contractor training

When dealing with planned maintenance it is critical to get the installation right the first time in order to reduce defects liability spend. With the right training, your team can reduce errors on site and speed up installation time. We offer a wide range of training from toolbox talks to CPDs designed to give you all the knowledge you need to tackle the common problems that can arise.

Contact us to find out more >

Social Landlords often receive complaints where residents discover moisture within the property. The cause is usually condensation forming due to insufficient ventilation. This leads to a costly process for landlords having to send electricians to rectify these mistakes and repair any damage caused by condensation in the home. It is therefore essential to specify a ventilation unit right first time, to avoid issues further down the line.

Product Specification

Specification Advice

Our dedicated social housing team have a wealth of experience working in this sector and understanding the needs of the resident, registered provider and installer. They are available to offer expert advice to ensure the right products are specified and installed to provide effective ventilation.

Contact us to arrange a free consultation >
Product specification

Specifying the right product

When it comes to condensation, prevention is better than cure. As temperatures drop, social landlords often receive complaints where residents discover moisture within the property. The cause is usually condensation forming due to insufficient ventilation This can lead to a costly process for landlords having to repair any damage caused. The best way to prevent condensation is by ensuring that your home is correctly ventilated. It is therefore worth investing in the right ventilation.

Understanding bathroom zones >Explore our social housing product range >
planned-maintenance site survey

Site Survey

We understand that you have a busy schedule of work to keep on top of. Why not let our expert consultants do the ventilation survey for you? Our free site survey can help you to specify the correct ventilation solution for your project. We will get a report and a quotation back to you within 48 hours of the survey, freeing you up to focus on other aspects of the project.

Arrange a site survey >Why book a site survey? >
Training

Training

Staying ahead of the curve is difficult with so many aspects of a building to consider. To help, we can offer our partners free CPD courses on ventilation assessment and condensation and mould control. We also offer toolbox talks for installers covering product installation and good practice to help make every installation right first time.

View our online CPD material >Find out more about our training resources >
Satisfied Residents

Satisfied Residents

Resident satisfaction has for a long time been a key indicator of a housing provider's success. Improving ventilation offers housing associations with a simple way to combat condensation and mould and a clear route to better indoor air quality.

View our Resident Satisfaction page >

We understand that damp and mould reduces air quality and causes a barrage of health issues. Dampness is essential for the survival of house dust mites. Damp buildings encourage proliferation of mould, bacteria, house dust mites and other micro-organisms some of which are toxin producers or allergens. Damp buildings therefore run a higher risk of asthma, allergies, and skin problems. Planned repairs and regular checking of heating and ventilation of the property can help to prevent damp, condensation and mould.

planned-maintenance avoid mould

Helping your residents avoid mould

The best way to tackle condensation & mould is to prevent it from happening in the first place. There are many ways this can be done: from advice to residents on simple lifestyle tips, to making sure the right product is specified and correctly installed. If you have a kitchen or bathroom refurbishment project coming up and want advice on getting it right first time, get in touch with our consultants today.

Download our free guide to help your residents avoid condensation and mould >
Ventilation Site Survey

Site Survey

Need advice on how to protect your property from condensation and mould? You can arrange a no obligation site survey and receive a report and a quotation within 48 hrs. We can also supply and fit the solution using our experienced in-house installation team with a 30-day money back guarantee and a 7-year warranty.

Arrange a site survey >Why book a site survey? >
Condensation and mould

Learn more about preventing condensation and mould

Condensation and mould can have major implications on the health of your residents, especially young children and the elderly. It can also cause significant damage to your properties. Learn more on how we can help you safeguard your residents while also prospecting the fabric of your buildings.

Learn more about preventing condensation and mould >

As housing becomes increasingly airtight, more homes are being blighted by condensation, mould and the associated problems they bring. Including the regular maintenance of ventilation systems in planned works can help tackle these problems.

Revive Fan

Standardise your planned maintenance project

Not all homes are the same, but your ventilation solutions can be. Stocking lots of different fans can add complexity which means more to go wrong. Our energy efficient Lo-Carbon Revive is the ultimate “one fan on the van” being suitable for almost any situation.

View our Lo-Carbon Revive product >Watch how the Lo-Carbon Revive filterless unitary fan works >
Positive input ventilation

How can Positive Input Ventilation help?

Positive input ventilation (PIV) can help where other types of ventilation have failed. It is a proven method of prevention for condensation and mould issues in habitable rooms without impacting on the living space of the resident. It can also greatly improve the indoor air quality improving lives for sufferers of asthma or allergies.

Read some commonly asked questions and answers related to positive input ventilation >What is Positive Input Ventilation? >
Planned maintenace exploremore products

Explore our wider range of product solutions

Designed with residents in mind, our social housing solutions are powerful enough to remove moist air to help eradicate condensation & mould and at the same time quiet enough not to disturb while remaining energy efficient.

Explore our social housing product range >
Free contractor training

Free contractor training

When dealing with planned maintenance it is critical to get the installation right the first time in order to reduce defects liability spend. With the right training, your team can reduce errors on site and speed up installation time. We offer a wide range of training from toolbox talks to CPDs designed to give you all the knowledge you need to tackle the common problems that can arise.

Contact us to find out more >
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