Owners of a luxury Surrey residential property are already seeing the vast benefits of installing the new LINEO QUIET ES extractor fan in their en-suite. Ventilation specialists Better Indoors were approached by the homeowners to help overcome an issue they had with excessive heat retention on the second floor of their home.
National Ventilation, a leading UK-based ventilation manufacturer and supplier, is offering expert advice and support on the new Building Regulations, published in December 2021, to assist architects, developers and builders on their projects.
Leading ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is to host a webinar, ‘Domestic Legislation for Ventilation’, on the recently launched Building Regulations.
Due to the popularity of the LINEO in-line fan, VORTICE is expanding the range by 43 new models including quiet and energy saving versions.
The refurbishment of the historic Rusacks St Andrews hotel, which overlooks Scotland’s hallowed Old Course Links and is a monument to golf and its founders, has benefited from Waterloo’s stylish, high quality air distribution products.
National Ventilation, a leading UK-based ventilation manufacturer and supplier, has launched a new whole-house ventilation design service for design and build projects, with a dedicated new specification team.
VORTICE Supplies Ventilation Systems to Aid Learning and Development at Lawford Green Nursery in Essex
It is no secret that Early Years Education (0-5 years) plays a key role in children's brain development and can hugely impact their first learning experiences. This in turn can deeply affect their future cognitive, emotional and social development.
As demand for online specification tools increases, building products specialist Glidevale Protect has joined NBS Source, one of the leading single-source providers of product information for the built environment. On the platform, specifiers will find Glidevale Protect’s key ranges from its roofing and construction divisions, with comprehensive product specification data, technical literature and third-party certification documents..
Classrooms in England have come under the spotlight from the Department for Education (DfE) who are spending around £25m providing better ventilation for classrooms, including providing state schools with CO2 sensors. Research has suggested that poor light levels, the wrong temperatures, humidity, air pollution and CO2, can all impair learning. More importantly, studies have suggested that high rates of carbon dioxide are known to cause drowsiness, loss of concentration and headaches.