Positive Input Ventilation
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Did you know that 1 in 5 properties in the U.K are poorly ventilated? This leads to mould growth, streaming windows and poor indoor air quality. Resident lifestyle is a major factor, producing around 10 litres of water per day, excess moisture is absorbed in to the air and is automatically attracted to cold spots and condenses on the windows and walls. Even properties that have been made more energy efficient are also at risk as the moisture stays trapped in the home. Condensation on the windows is often the first sign of the problem, closely followed by black marks on the wall. These damp condensations can lead serious health conditions like asthma. So what is the cure for these conditions? Positive Input Ventilation This is a new service that DMS are offering which will save landlords, housing associations and home owner’s money and reduce health risks for the residents. In a small amount of time we can install a ceiling diffuser in to your loft space. This will dilute the air and replace the air within your home in which dust mites can not exist and the excess moisture is removed. This process aids protect the whole fabric of the house and in turn reduce maintenance costs. Over 1 million homes are already using Positive Input Ventilation so why not join them now? Examples of Positive Input Ventilation installed by DMS: Example 1: A 3 Bedroom Bungalow in CT18 area had a serious condensation issue. The windows and walls were running with water and there was mould growth on every single wall in the property. When DMS attended it was clear for us to see that works that had been completed by alternative contractor had not counteracted the issues. To make things worse, the occupants had been charged around £3000.00 for the works that were supposed to make their home mould free! We installed positive input ventilation in to their home for just £843.25 plus vat and within 3 months we are pleased to say there were no more issues. We, of course, followed up with a telephone call around 2 years later and were pleased to hear there are still no signs of condensation or any of the issues in the property. Example 2: A 3 bedroom home in the CT20 area, this was a home that was being rented to a tenant. The landlord had already spent £10,000 on damp works in the past and the tenant was still having to use a window vac to remove the water on a daily basis, filling a 2 3 litre container each day. Here, we could see mould growth on the lower walls and higher walls, there was a strong damp smell throughout the house. DMS attended and installed positive input ventilation and within 14 weeks there issue had been rectified. The landlord’s invoice came to a total of £962.96 plus vat. When we first visited, the landlord was ready to sell the property, now both the landlord and the tenant have been left happy thanks to DMS and positive input ventilation.
Positive Input Ventilation
Did you know that 1 in 5 properties in the U.K are poorly ventilated? This leads to mould growth, streaming windows and poor indoor air quality. Resident lifestyle is a major factor, producing around 10 litres of water per day, excess moisture is absorbed in to the air and is automatically attracted to cold spots and condenses on the windows and walls. Even properties that have been made more energy efficient are also at risk as the moisture stays trapped in the home. Condensation on the windows is often the first sign of the problem, closely followed by black marks on the wall. These damp condensations can lead serious health conditions like asthma. So what is the cure for these conditions? Positive Input Ventilation This is a new service that DMS are offering which will save landlords, housing associations and home owner’s money and reduce health risks for the residents. In a small amount of time we can install a ceiling diffuser in to your loft space. This will dilute the air and replace the air within your home in which dust mites can not exist and the excess moisture is removed. This process aids protect the whole fabric of the house and in turn reduce maintenance costs. Over 1 million homes are already using Positive Input Ventilation so why not join them now? Examples of Positive Input Ventilation installed by DMS: Example 1: A 3 Bedroom Bungalow in CT18 area had a serious condensation issue. The windows and walls were running with water and there was mould growth on every single wall in the property. When DMS attended it was clear for us to see that works that had been completed by alternative contractor had not counteracted the issues. To make things worse, the occupants had been charged around £3000.00 for the works that were supposed to make their home mould free! We installed positive input ventilation in to their home for just £843.25 plus vat and within 3 months we are pleased to say there were no more issues. We, of course, followed up with a telephone call around 2 years later and were pleased to hear there are still no signs of condensation or any of the issues in the property. Example 2: A 3 bedroom home in the CT20 area, this was a home that was being rented to a tenant. The landlord had already spent £10,000 on damp works in the past and the tenant was still having to use a window vac to remove the water on a daily basis, filling a 2 3 litre container each day. Here, we could see mould growth on the lower walls and higher walls, there was a strong damp smell throughout the house. DMS attended and installed positive input ventilation and within 14 weeks there issue had been rectified. The landlord’s invoice came to a total of £962.96 plus vat. When we first visited, the landlord was ready to sell the property, now both the landlord and the tenant have been left happy thanks to DMS and positive input ventilation.
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Positive Input Ventilation