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How PIV Works

How PIV Works

Positive Input Ventilation, or PIV, is a method of whole-home mechanical ventilation using a single system stored in the loft. Nuaire invented PIV in 1972, introducing the world to the Drimaster. Today, Nuaire has a range of Drimaster units that...

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The Dangers of Radon Gas

The Dangers of Radon Gas

What is Radon Gas? “Each year in the UK over 2000 people die from lung cancer, developed as a direct result of exposure to Radon. The gas accounts for the second greatest number of lung cancer cases in the UK, second only to smoking.” UK Radon...

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Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

Why is indoor air quality important? Poor ventilation is a growing problem, affecting one in five homes in the UK. If your home is poorly ventilated, you may notice streaming windows, the appearance of black mould on walls and furnishings, and...

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Mould & Condensation Video

These days there is no stigma attached to having condensation dampness in our homes. It is a common consequence of modern living and more energy efficient homes. Watch our short video on Mould and Condensation dampness solutions for your home.

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Black Mould in Your Home

Black Mould in Your Home

What is Black Mould? One of the most common types of mould in our homes is called ‘black mould’, this type of mould thrives in damp, wet areas when humidity levels are high. This mould is also quite recently known as Toxic mould and is damaging...

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What Causes Condensation

What Causes Condensation

What is condensation? Have you noticed your windows streaming when the heating is on or during everyday activities such as cooking, washing, and bathing? If so, this is because these activities cause warm air and humidity levels to rise in the...

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Top Five Benefits of PIV

Top Five Benefits of PIV

The Benefits of PIV Did you know your average family can produce up to 18 litres of moisture a day in the home, which creates the perfect breeding ground for mould growth? Excess water is produced by everyday activities such as cooking, bathing...

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