Vent-Axia’s Lo-Carbon Svara means worries regarding fan installations being too noisy are eliminated and electricians can recommend it with confidence.
The 6 in 1 Lo-Carbon Svara is idealfor both electricians and households; the next generation, high quality unitary fan means electricians can recommend the Svara to customers, with no fear of call backs or loss of reputation.
With a 5-year warranty backed up by easy installation and set up, the combination of quiet operation for a peaceful home, attractive design and low running costs to cut bills means this multi-function and multi-room fan is a popular option.
Combining condensation control to avoid mould with improved indoor air quality (IAQ) for a healthier home environment, households are guaranteed to be happy.
Another benefit is the the ability to control the fan through a smartphone, with any adjustments being easy to make by the homeowner, avoiding the need for the electrician to make a return call.
Tom Wodcke, Product Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia, commented: “Electricians can recommend the Lo-Carbon Svara with confidence. The Svara ensures a peaceful, healthy environment for households by improving IAQ and controlling condensation with the benefit of low running costs.
“Homeowners will also appreciate Svara’s versatility with the option to install in a variety of rooms making it quick and simple to install and suitable for a wide range of applications.
“The ground-breaking Svara puts households in complete control of their IAQ through an intuitive App unlocking a whole range of different functions and settings, such as silent scheduling and automatic cycles, offering flexible ventilation to suit a household’s lifestyle.”
After installation and set-up, home owners have complete control of their IAQ through the intuitive App which can be downloaded on their smart phone and is designed to give them flexible options on how to run the fan.
Condensation control is a core to Svara’s design with the fan featuring a humidistat which reacts to sharp changes in humidity, for instance when someone is taking a shower. This helps control damaging humidity levels that can lead to condensation and mould and the associated health risks.
An impressive aspect is Svara’s quiet running properties, operating at just 17 dB(A) on low trickle and with a number of functions that ensure quiet, disturbance free running.
A clever light sensor recognises room occupancy through light movement and shadows, but can distinguish between car headlights flashes and people moving about to avoid nuisance running.
For a chance of winning a Smart TV worth £600, electricians can simply purchase a Lo-Carbon Svara at their chosen wholesaler, then post the receipt to Vent-Axia or scan in the invoice and enter at www.vent-axia.com/winatv.
Vent-Axia will then enter them into a draw; the competition and invoice period runs until 31 July, but entries can be submitted until 3 August.
For further info on all products and services offered by Vent-Axia, phone 0844 856 0590 or visit www.vent-axia.com
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