We are a leading MVHR and ventilation specialist. We work with clients to design, supply, install and maintain a wide range of systems. Our commissioning team is available to support you on achieving certification to ensure maximum energy efficiency and the best possible Indoor Air Quality levels.
Each mechanical ventilation system has its own specific benefits and each system is suitable for many different types of applications. Our sales and technical team will be able to help you choose the correct system for your project depending on size and type of building and will assess what will work best in your specific application.
Benefits of each system include:
- Improving indoor air quality
- Reducing risks of health problems caused by indoor air pollutants
- Eliminating risk of condensation, mould and damp
- Providing clearer air that is beneficial to allergy and asthma sufferers
- Low Running Costs
- Quiet Operation
Our wealth of experience and flexibility in dealing with domestic and light commercial ventilation systems for new and retro-fit builds allows us to offer a full turnkey solution.
We work with a number of leading suppliers to offer you the best product for the right application.
From initial concept design to supply and install, or just simply commissioning, we are always happy to help at any level.
We often get asked if we can provide commissioning only services to DIY installed MVHR units.
Our qualified BPEC engineers are experienced in balancing, testing and commissioning all types of MVHR or extract systems to ensure suitable compliance with PART F certification and UK Building Regulations.
We commission whole house ventilation systems including single house, flats, social housing or student apartments.
Inline with our policy to deliver clean, fresh Indoor Air, we will also take additional steps to measure certain indoor air quality levels and offer advice to ensure your system not only operates efficiently, but allows the best possible air quality based on your surroundings and environmental conditions.
We like to think we step beyond compliance and always look to achieve industry leading guidelines with our customers.
Alongside our installations we also provide servicing and repair to all types of MVHR and extract systems.
It is recommended that all MVHR units have an annual service to ensure efficiency is maintained. Direct filter replacement options are available on request.
There are several advantages to this sort of single-ducted room version. A d-MVHR unit ensures a constant flow of fresh, filtered air through your home, regardless of the conditions inside or outside the house. For existing buildings or retro-fit applications this type of system allows significant improvements to indoor air quality with minimum installation impact. Excessive build-up of moisture due to the increased air tightness in our existing homes can lead to a growth of microorganisms such as mould or fungi . These damp related environments can cause health problems, such as asthma. Decentralised ventilation with integrated heat recovery ensures maximum energy efficiency and air quality.
From initial design, to installation and commissioning, we are able to provide access to a number of leading manufacturer's MVHR units. We are happy to work with your architects and builders at concept stage to ensure minimum disruption and cost during construction
A Centralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (C-MEV) system is a low energy, continuous mechanical extract ventilation system. It is designed to extract moist and stale air from multiple rooms including kitchens and bathrooms. A C-MEV unit provides a quiet system and is more efficient than having separate fans in each room. A C-MEV is more commonly known as a Mechanical Extraction Ventilation (MEV).
A D-MEV (Decentralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation) is a ventilation system which is designed to replace conventional bathroom fans to draw out moisture laden air from wet rooms such as bathrooms and utility rooms. A D-MEV system provides a more efficient and a quieter system than separate fans.