Positive Input Ventilation (PIV)

Positive Input Ventilation is the most effective method of curing and preventing condensation dampness.

Installed in over 1 million homes, PIV is the UK’s most popular method of low-energy, whole-home ventilation.

Poor ventilation is a wide-scale problem. It is estimated that one in five UK households are poorly ventilated, leading to problems with streaming windows, mould growth and poor indoor air quality.

Condensation dampness is the major indoor air pollutant caused by modern living. Energy efficiency measures such as cavity wall insulation and double glazing make homes warmer by sealing in the heat. But as a result, the humid, stale air becomes trapped inside the house leading to condensation and the appreance of black mould.

Through everyday life, such as cooking and breathing, the average family produces over 17 pints of moisture a day. Condensation forms when this moistures comes into contact with cold surfaces within the home. This condensation will lead to mould growth, which is not only unpleasant but damaging to the fabric of the building and creates unnecessary costs for the registered landlord in decoration and maintenance.

Poor indoor air quality has significant impact on the health and wellbeing of occupants. studies have firmly linked poor indoor air quality with a range of undesirable illnesses, such as allergic and asthma symptoms, airborne respiratory infections and even lung cancer and stroke.

Our team at Eclipse Energy are able to consult on and install positive input ventilation (PIV) systems in homes to prevent this build up of moisture, keeping your homes warm and dry all year round no matter the conditions.

Your Project

  1. You contact us via phone or email to outline the problem you are having with moisture or mould build up.
  2. One of our friendly and qualified engineers will promptly be dispatched to your home. They will assess the situation and discuss your options with you. Our engineers will be honest about what the cause of the problem with the fabric of the home is.
  3. Once you are happy with the solutions and the options discussed, our engineer will talk you through our pricing.
  4. We are pleased to be able to offer a high quality after-care service. Consequently, our team are always on-hand to help and advise you, even after the job is completed.

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