Efficient ventilation uses heat from outgoing stale air to heat the incoming fresh ventilated air

Ventilation for your building, fresh air and constant air changes together with the extraction of stale air. These are basic requirements for a healthy and productive workplace. 

They are also the basic requirements for comfortable staff and a successful business or public premises. We are experienced in all aspects of ventilation. From factories to warehouses, offices to shops, sports halls to surgeries, we know what your building needs.

The answer to successful ventilation can take many forms. Our engineers design and install systems that are perfectly suited to a premise or business. Buildings vary so much in structure and design. Consequently, there is no such thing as an off the shelf solution.

We guarantee competitive costs and promise that the work will be done on time and on budget. It won’t cause as much upheaval as you might fear and it will give you peace of mind knowing that you comply with the latest Health and Safety legislation.


Good ventilation reduces the concentration of the virus in the air and therefore reduces the risks from airborne transmission. This happens when people breathe in particles in the air after someone with the virus has occupied an area. Now more than ever it is vital you have adequate ventilation in your workspace.

Heat Recovery Ventilation

HRV systems are just one form of ventilation. They work by extracting stale air from spaces in the office or home. It recovers the usually lost heat from the extracted air. It also supplies clean, filtered fresh air that is heated from the recovered warmth of the extracted heat.

A heat recovery system works via a heat recovery ventilation unit (e.g. Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay or a Daikin VAM) which is usually located in the attic, roof space or plant room of a building.

Rather than just extracting air and replacing it with the air from outside, a heat recovery system draws the heat from the extracted air via a core. It then passes it to the air which is being filtered in from outside. The extract and supply air do not flow within the same pipes therefore there is no cross contamination of the different air flows.

The heat recovery unit is connected to supply and extract grilles via a network of ducting throughout the building.

A HRV unit is a great way of making use of what already exists as well as reducing collective impact on the environment.

Supplying systems from leading manufacturers, our team are here to help advise you on the best solution to meet your needs and budget.

If you have any questions then please get in touch

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