Harrogate Manufacturer Lends A Hand To Make A Difference In Local Community
Over 200 members of staff from EnviroVent took part in twelve community projects in the Harrogate area as part of their local 'In It Together' community day.
Aug 29, 2017
Although there are many ways to reduce condensation problems in the home, truth is, relying on a quick fix won’t get rid of your condensation problems permanently or prevent them from returning in the future, it will only reduce them in the short term.
Aug 10, 2012
Your home is almost certainly the place where you feel at your most relaxed and most comfortable, and yet there are all sorts of hidden dangers lurking in some of the most unexpected of places. We all know that most accidents happen in the home rather than at work or when out and about, but beyond the trip hazards, faulty electricals and cooking nightmares are the things you can’t necessarily see which may be affecting your health.
Aug 22, 2016
There are many benefits to be gained by installing a ventilation system in your home. Home ventilation refers to the process of moving air around, so that it is changed or replaced in different spaces, improving the quality of indoor air. Almost every home in the UK will have some form of ventilation, even if this is just in the form of air bricks, which are often neglected, covered up, or are not adequate to cope with today’s living. Modern ventilation systems often use mechanical elements and offer a whole-house approach.
Feb 27, 2018
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are contained within many of the products and items we are surrounded by day to day, and are carbon-based chemicals which evaporate at room temperature. The list of products which contain VOCs is extensive, but among some of the most common household items to contain these potentially harmful chemicals are carpet adhesives, paints, upholstery fabrics, air fresheners, disinfectants and cosmetics. With so many household products containing VOCs, the Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risk estimates that there are up to 900 chemicals in the indoor air we breathe. Staggeringly, that means that the air in our homes may in fact be up to 70% more polluted than the air outside, with airborne irritants significantly impacting our overall health and physical wellbeing.
Aug 15, 2016
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