Ventilation System Installation

At GreenLight, we are the providers of commercial ventilation solutions. Whether you require fresh air supplied into a building at a constant temperature, heat recovery equipment to ensure you retain as much cost saving benefits as possible, extraction from a hot or dirty environment, or just toilet ventilation systems. GreenLight strive to supply the best ventilation equipment not only for your requirements, whether that is performance but to also reduce your emissions and costs.

All our engineers are trained to the industry standard and can install your ventilation systems quickly, safely and with minimal disruption to your business.

Important Reasons Installing A Ventilation System:

Reduce Condensation

Condensation is a common problem which is affecting UK homes. A recent study found that more than (50%) of all homes in the country experienced condensation. It is a leading cause of dampness and if left unchecked, condensation can result in the growth of black mould.

Condensation happens when the air outside falls sufficiently below the temperature of the moist air inside the property. Moisture in the air then condenses into liquid droplets, leading to damp patches or resulting in the familiar streaming on windows. Condensation is more common during winter when the difference between the heat inside and outside is most noticeable. A good ventilation system not only improves the air quality within your home, but it also help to prevent an increase in moisture levels within a property which can lead to condensation and mould issues over time.

Reduce Asthma & Other Conditions

According to Asthma UK, there are millions of people who have asthma in the UK. Although some people may have mild symptoms, but severe asthma can be disturbing, and even fatal. There are many different triggers for asthma, but the mould associated with damp, pollution, cigarette smoke, house dust mites, and other things that get into the air in the home, can all trigger attacks or make an existing problem worse. A well-ventilated home will not cure asthma, but it can help to reduce the symptoms and make asthma attacks less likely.

Hay Fever Symptoms

Although it is not as big a health risk as asthma, hay fever can still cause misery, and can also make asthma symptoms worse for those who suffer from both. Hay fever is caused by an allergic reaction to plant pollen. Even though you may think that you are better off staying inside your home, you will still need a fresh air flow indoors, and a ventilation system can prevent build-ups of pollen, as well as reducing the need to open your windows and doors. Some units also have filters that can help to reduce the amount of pollen in the air.

Reduce Concentrations Radon Gas

Radon gas is a naturally-occurring substance in some parts of the country and is formed by the decay of uranium, which can be found in all rocks and soil. The World Health Organisation says that improving the ventilation of a house, including underfloor ventilation, is an essential part of preventing a build-up of radon gas. Having a ventilation system installed is advisable if you live in an area that is prone to high levels of radon.

Impact Of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are another reason why home ventilation is so important. These gases can build up from many different sources, including cosmetics, air fresheners, and some cleaning products. One way to reduce the impact of VOCs is to lessen the use of these products; the other option is to control the levels through a ventilation system, the build-up of VOCs in a confined space can also contribute to several health problems.

Keep Your Rooms Fresh

The importance of ventilation to your physical health cannot be overstated. Whatever the design of your home may be, a good ventilation system can also help to keep it fresh, pleasant, and relaxing. This can help to prevent the build-up of any stale, musty and bad odours.