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We are the leading manufacturer and supplier of whole-house ventilation systems and extractor fans for bathrooms and kitchens

For over 30 years, we have helped hundreds of landlords to permanently solve damp, condensation and mould problems in their properties. Our award-winning ventilation products help improve indoor air quality by bringing in fresh, clean air and help reduce moisture in the air, which can cause condensation and mould problems. We have solutions for every property, whether an apartment, flat, bungalow, house or castle!

Peace of Mind With EnviroVent

Everyday activities such as bathing, cooking, washing and drying clothes inside a property increase excess moisture levels in the air. If your property has no ventilation or the current extractor fan is inadequate, the moisture cannot escape, and mould will start to grow.

We are proud to hold many accreditations for our products and services, which can also give our customers peace of mind when choosing us for their ventilation needs.

14 Ways to Help Reduce Condensation in your Home

Not all projects in the home are room specific, some can be a whole house issue! If you've spotted condensation, damp or mould in your home, look no further, because we've pulled together some easy top tips to reduce condensation problems.

Did you know, 1 in 5 homes in Britain suffers from the effects of condensation?

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Why Ventilate?

Read our guide to understand why ventilation is so important for your health and the health of your tenants

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Mould Problems?

Share these 9 tips with your tenants to prevent mould growth and help reduce the moisture levels in your property

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What is Radon Gas?

Radon gas in the home can be a health risk for people of all ages, however many homeowners may not be aware that it is present in their home. Learn how to reduce the risk.

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What is the connection between temperature and relative humidity?

During winter, as the temperature drops, Landlords begin to see an increase in the number of telephone calls they get from tenants, reporting damp and mould problems in their properties.

In most cases, damp and mould originates from condensation forming. When temperatures drop the air can no longer hold as much moisture and it will migrate to the coldest parts of the house where it condenses on windows and walls.

What Is Condensation?

Condensation is the most common dampness in properties, and it is caused when air meets cold surfaces like walls and windows. In this guide, you will learn what causes condensation and mould, how to spot it, how to deal with it and how to prevent mould from re-occurring.

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Annual Running Costs

Use our handy guide to view annual running costs for our products by room or by setting. These will vary based upon installation and environmental conditions.

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View The ATMOS® Range

ATMOS® draws clean air from outside and filters it before pushing it down into the home.

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Filterless Infinity Fan

Designed to remove moisture and improve indoor air quality for households

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