Improving The Air Quality Of Homes Through Effective Ventilation Solutions 

Mirus Energy are experts in the design, installation, and maintenance of domestic ventilation systems for existing and new build residential apartments and houses. 

We ensure our ventilation solutions provide effective airflow through your building to improve air quality and deliver a healthier, more pleasant living and working environment.

bathroom ventilation system

How We Can Improve Your Property’s Ventilation:

  • We measure the airflow in different rooms and issue you with a certificate, so you understand the results of our assessments. 

  • Our environmental sensors can be integrated into the ventilation design project to provide real-time data about level of moisture, temperature, and humidity in the home.

  • We can take care of every stage of the project on your behalf, from survey and design to installation and maintenance, to ensure your ventilation system delivers optimum efficiency.

  • We design bespoke ventilation systems for new build homes or existing properties to suit the size, style, and layout of the building and fully comply with Buildings Regulations.

  • From a single room to a whole house, our solutions ensure you enjoy maximum benefit from your investment.

  • We conduct a free, no-obligation survey and provide expert advice on the best ventilation options for your property.

Our staff receive regular training to keep them up to date with the latest electrical safety standards and Building Regulations, so you can be assured of a safe and effective solution to your ventilation problems. Our staff are fully qualified in installing domestic ventilation systems.

bathroom ventilation system

What Are The Benefits Of Ventilation In Residential Properties?

1. Regulate the property’s airflow.

By installing ventilation in the building, you can achieve a more even distribution of fresh air, prevent the temperature from plummeting too quickly, and remove stale air without opening the windows.

2. Gain control of the ambient temperature. 

Good ventilation can help to adjust the ambient temperature so that living conditions are more pleasant, particularly in warmer weather when the stifling heat can make simple activities unbearable.

3. Solve the problem of persistent condensation and mould.

Ventilation reduces the moisture levels in the air that can cause condensation and mould to form around windows and in hidden corners, posing a significant risk to health and wellbeing.

4. Reduce indoor pollution and allergens.

Without ventilation, allergens and airborne contaminants can linger in a building, causing breathing difficulties and headaches for occupants. By installing a custom-designed ventilation

What Types Of Ventilation Do We Install?

Extractor Fans

Stale or damp air becomes a thing of the past with an extractor fan – they pull the low-quality air out of bathrooms, kitchens, and other small spaces where air quality is quick to deteriorate. Removing polluted air reduces humidity and helps to prevent build-up of condensation. This then, in turn, reduces the risk of toxic black mould developing. Extractor fans require regular maintenance to allow for continuous optimal performance.

Extractor Fans

Positive Input Ventilation

Positive Input Ventilation, or PIV, not only tackles the problem of stale, damp air, but goes one step further by replacing it with better quality air. PIV involves installation of a unit which connects to the outside – the unit draws fresh air into the home, and that air is then filtered to remove car pollutants and similar. The clean, filtered air is then circulated around the house, displacing the existing, stale air, pushing it out. PIV allows for whole house ventilation and is a very affordable option for superior air leads.

Positive Input Ventilation

Mechanical Extract Ventilation

This type of ventilation is is continuous, providing extraction of poor-quality air to an extract fan. The air is then extracted outside via a ductwork system. Ventilation openings then allow replacement air to enter and circulate.

Mechanical Extract Ventilation

Ventilation & Heat Recovery

Similar to PIV, Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) circulates stale air out by bringing fresh air in. However, MVHR passes both the clean and stale air through a heat exchanger first, which transfers the warmth from the stale air to the new air, warming it up before it is circulated throughout the house. This helps to avoid the common problems of heat loss through whole home ventilation.

Ventilation & Heat Recovery

Find Out More About Your Ventilation Options

If you would like to find out more about how we can help to improve the ventilation in your home, office, or rental property please call Mirus Energy on 0333 1124 007 or send us a message today.

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