Vortice Announces Complete Service Solution for Landlords to Help Tackle Mould and Condensation

VORTICE which has been based in the UK since 1977 and is part of the VORTICE Group, has seen a restructure of the UK division with newly appointed General Manager Stephen Smith. During this exciting time VORTICE has implemented a brand new management system and complete service solution aimed at the private landlord to help combat issues with mould and damp.

VORTICE has also appointed new Sales Director for Social Housing, Paul Harrington. Paul is a residential ventilation specialist with over 25 years’ experience solving issues associated with poor ventilation performance e.g., condensation, mould growth and overheating. Paul also is a lead trainer for the Property Care Association's Residential Ventilation Masterclass and is an expert in Regulatory Compliance.

Paul will be further supported by Regional Sales Managers Morgan Haggar, Dan Evans and Natalie Miller.

This new division is specifically directed at offering landlords the complete specialised solution in ensuring properties are fully compliant and habitable for their tenants. Recent headlines only emphasise the repercussions of incorrect or uncompliant living conditions that tenants face and the landlord’s responsibility to ensure adequate ventilation.

Sales Director Paul Harrington comments ‘VORTICE is offering landlords a complete service solution with regard to the issue of condensation, black mould and correct ventilation solutions. VORTICE will offer the knowledge and expertise by offering site evaluations, survey reports and completion certificates to ensure a fully compliant solution.’

To further support this, VORTICE has launched a brand new website for the new social housing division which enables landlords to book the survey quickly and easily, check an information hub and supporting regulatory documents.

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