Posts Tagged ‘vent’

this image, courtesy of Raven Housing Trust, shows just how destructive condensation can be

Preventing Condensation Part1

  Here are our top 10 tips to reduce condensation……….   When taking a shower or a bath, keep the bathroom door closed and if there is an extractor  fitted, make sure it’s on. Don’t forget to pull the plug and drain the water out of the bath as soon as you’ve finished! Drying clothes on radiators generates […]

Blocked up Fireplace

Ventilation Faults in Period Homes – Condensation Part3

We’ve already seen ways of reducing condensation and also how period properties were originally built to avoid condensation but now let’s turn our attention to faults with the ventilation in period properties.  It should be noted that these “faults” weren’t part of the original build but have been introduced either by the occupants actions or inaction […]

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Conservation Vents – Before and After

Our cast iron Conservation vents are known as conservation vents for a reason. They’re ideal for use in conservation areas and especially suited to installation on listed buildings*. They can be used for outlets for extracted air from tumble dryers or fan outlets from bathrooms, kitchens and hobs or to supply air (up to 8000mm2) […]