Centralised ventilation systems are designed to provide efficient and comprehensive airflow in residential settings, ensuring optimal indoor air quality and comfort for homeowners. These systems consist of a central unit, typically installed in a ceiling cavity or utility room, which
connects to a network of ducts running throughout the home.
One of the primary benefits of centralised ventilation is its ability to evenly distribute fresh, filtered air to every room in the house. The central unit draws in outside air, filters it to remove impurities, and then distributes it through the ducts, effectively replacing stale air with fresh air throughout the entire living space. This constant supply of fresh air helps remove indoor pollutants such as dust, allergens, and odours, creating a healthier and more pleasant environment for occupants.
Centralised ventilation systems also allow for precise control over temperature and humidity levels. By strategically placing supply and return vents in different areas of the home, these systems ensure consistent airflow and temperature regulation. This eliminates hot or cold spots and provides uniform comfort throughout the house. Additionally, centralised ventilation can help reduce humidity levels, mitigating the risk of mold growth and maintaining a more comfortable indoor environment.
With their ability to distribute fresh air evenly, and ensure energy efficiency through heat recovery, and offer ease of maintenance, centralised ventilation is a valuable addition to any
home, creating a healthier and more enjoyable living environment for residents.
Re-Vent Air can design and plan the ideal centalised ventilation system for your new home. See how you can utilise energy from the wet area extract to heat the incoming fresh air in your balanced ventilation system to save money.