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Improve Air Quality with Home Ventilation

Like lungs, homes need to breathe and its air supply should be regularly circulated. Home ventilation systems work to replace the stale air within your home with a supply of fresh air from outside, creating a healthier indoor environment. Without this kind of ventilation, the air in your home is likely to become damp and unpleasant, leading to increased condensation and mould.


Home Ventilation Systems also prevent the build-up of airborne pollutants and can even reduce the spread of airborne viruses. Installing these systems within your home can help to increase indoor air quality and eliminate the cause of condensation.

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Positive Input Ventilation by Nuaire

Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) is a method created by market leaders, Nuaire, used to ventilate homes with a single system installed in the loft. It uses proven technology to draw in fresh air from outside which is then filtered to remove harmful pathogens before being fed into the home via a ceiling mounted diffuser. As the fresh air circulates, it pressurises the home which in turn, expels excess moisture along with allergens and other pollutants.

Energy efficient
Requires minimal effort to maintain
Improves air quality inside your home

Positive Input Ventilation systems are quick, easy to install, and cost effective, making them an ideal solution for your home. 

diagram of how Nuaire home ventilation works

Benefits of Indoor Ventilation

Low Humidity Levels

Home ventilation systems remove the humidity from the air making it difficult for things such as condensation and mould to occur.

Health Benefits

A good ventilation system in your home can greatly reduce the risk of many health issues such as headaches, respiratory disorders and allergies.

Lowers the Cost of Energy Bills

A well-ventilated home is much easier to heat than a damp one. By investing in home ventilation, you could save money on your heating bills in the long run.

Our Home Ventilation Installation Process

1. Contact

After requesting a callback or contacting us, one of our friendly team will talk you through your options and recommend a unit based on your initial requirements.

2. Attendance

One of our engineers will visit your premises to assess the site and ensure it is suitable for the home ventilation unit.

3. Quote

At this point, we provide you with a free, no-obligation quotation.

4. Installation

Following acceptance of the quote, our installation team will attend your premises and install the home ventilation unit.

Our Testimonials

Kind words from our satisfied customers


Yes. Home ventilation systems reduce humidity in your home which help to prevent the build up of condensation and mould.

PIV units make very little noise in operation and should not be heard due to their placement in the loft.

Yes. Home ventilation systems provide fresh air to the home which expels moisture and pollutants.

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