Becoming more energy efficient isn’t just for those of us who want to save the environment. Being energy efficient can really help your wallet. Whether it’s something as big as installing solar panels, or something as small as turning off the lights and electric sockets, when you cut back on how much energy you use you save money. There are many steps you can take to make your home more energy efficient here is just a few:
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A PIV is an electrical unit used to reduce condensation and improve air quality and ventilation within any property.
Where would the PIV be installed?
We install PIV’s in the loft area and a vent would be placed at the top of the landing area in your home. This is the perfect position to give the PIV the area it needs to move the air around your home. Cannon generally install and set up the PIV within three hours.
The unit works by drawing fresh air from the lofts natural leakage points. This air is then passed through the filters of the unit and gently introduced into your home. This keeps the rooms well ventilated, air fresh and condensation to a low.
What are the benefits to having a PIV installed?
A few of the many benefits to having a PIV installed are:
We are currently offering a PIV which is at the very edge of modern technology and comes with a 7 years parts warranty.
The benefits to this particular model are:
For more information and prices on our PIV units please enter your contact details and a member of our office staff will contact you directly to discuss.
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Here we give you basic signs to watch out for to help protect your property together with some wise words of wisdom.
Condensation is where warm air created by everyday living comes into contact with cooler air or a cold surface this causes a form of dampness.
Poor Ventilation creates condensation build up. Condensation issues left for long periods of time untreated will lead to damp and mould growth within your property.
What to watch out for:
Condensation left untreated will damage paint along with the plaster and also cause window frames to decay.
For further advice on reducing condensation please refer to our free advice guides and click on ways to reduce condensation in your home.
Poor Ventilation causes Stale Air
Stale air usually caused by cooking smells, people smoking and other odours will linger within your home due to lack of ventilation.
Asthma, headaches and allergies being a few that can be mentioned. Good ventilation reduces allergens which become trapped and concentrated inside your home.
The first recommendation is:
It is always wise to get professional’s advice! Cannon surveyors see too often customers who self diagnose the issue wrongly together with a lot of wasted money.
Most condensation issues can be rectified easily without much mess or stress.
Solutions to the problems can be:
The general point is good ventilation improves the air quality and also helps with condensation issues in your home.
If you would like professional advise why not take advantage of our free survey’s.
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