Ventilation is important in creating an environment free from being stale, having damp and condensation, and being potentially dangerous to your health.

90% of our time is spent indoors, so the environment inside our property is crucial to its longevity.


Ventilation is the intentional introduction of outdoor air into a space, used to control indoor air quality.


Maintaining the correct ventilation in a property is crucial in avoiding any condensation, which can lead to mould if not identified and treated correctly.


There are various different types of ventilation:

  • Mechanical ventilation

  • Extraction or supply

  • Natural ventilation

  • Mixed-mode ventilation.


This will be assessed when carrying out the survey to find which option is best for your needs.

Without proper ventilation indoors, you could be dealing with excessive moisture, leading to ill health, mold growth, insulation issues, structural damage and more.

If your property has poor air quality, apart from seeing obvious condensation and mould growth, you might experience symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, allergies, and dryness and irritation of the eyes, nose, mouth and skin.