National Ventilation will be at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show 2018, exhibiting its range of domestic ventilation solutions on stand S553.
Visitors to the show, at Sandown Park, Surrey, can view examples of heat recovery units, bathroom fans, ducting, mechanical extract ventilation unit and positive pressure systems.
Geared towards homebuilders, self-builders and renovators, the Homebuilding and Renovating Show showcases the latest products, technological advancements and best practices available in the UK’s construction industry today.
The two-day event will see National Ventilation exhibit the Monsoon MON-HRU range, which offers the ideal solution for wholehouse heat recovery, bringing in fresh warm ventilated air and helping to save money on energy bills.
Also on show is the Energysaver™ IntelliSense; an ultra-modern intelligent bathroom fan with a sophisticated humidity sensor which helps to guarantee decent indoor air quality.
Take a look at the Monsoon Radial ducting, a radial air distribution system designed for use in homes, apartments and small buildings and the Monsoon Energysaver™ multi room product, a mechanical extract ventilation unit which has been designed for continuous extract of stale air from separate areas around the home.
And designed for use in almost all property types is the Monsoon Energysaver™ Positive Pressure – loft systems helps to cure stubborn mould and condensation issues.
Visitors can also find out more about National Ventilation’s ventilation design service, which gives homebuilders and self-builders a project specific ventilation system design and quotation service, completely free of charge.
The design service offered by National Ventilation can quicken the specification process for contractors, providing them with unit calculations, a full kit list as well as recommended duct routes to meet project requirements.
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