VORTICE LINEO QUIET ES making a difference in luxury Surrey property

  • 16 Mar 2022

Owners of a luxury Surrey residential property are already seeing the vast benefits of installing the new VORTICE LINEO QUIET ES extractor fan in their en-suite.

Ventilation specialists Better Indoors were approached by the homeowners to help overcome an issue they had with excessive heat retention on the second floor of their home.

It transpired that the existing heat recovery ductwork stopped at the first floor, leaving the second floor to cope with excessive heat retention in the well-insulated second floor rooms.


An urgent and detailed site survey was carried out and an urgent retro fit was required to enhance inadequate ventilation. Better Indoors specified and installed the innovative LINEO QUIET ES in line fan.

The unit which is equipped with electronically controlled EC motors offers an acoustic lining making it extremely quiet to run, but also offers high performance rates therefore reducing mould and damp.

Andrew Hobbs, Managing Director of Better Indoors, explains: “Ventilation retrofits to solve problems of heat and humidity has been our business for years and we are problem solving experts.

“This solution required deep know-how and experience for the right specification and it really helped to have market leading products plus support and guidance from the excellent team at VORTICE headed by Richard Williams.

Jennifer Quinn, Marketing Manager at VORTICE, adds: “The Lineo ES was not only the perfect product for this application, it has the added benefit of being so quiet, that it sounds no louder than rustling leaves and does not interrupt a good night’s sleep.”

For more information about the LINEO QUIET range from Vortice, visit www.vortice.ltd.uk


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