Positive Input Ventilation

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Positive Input Ventilation Systems, or PIV systems, are a fantastic way of keeping your home fresh, comfortable, safe, and warm without having to use massive amounts of money or energy. Here at Fusion Electrical, our team of expert professionals can efficiently install a positive input ventilation system to suit your home, with options available for apartments and homes without attics. Positive Input Ventilation Systems work by introducing air into the home at a continuous low rate which, in turn, eliminates condensation and dampness while simultaneously forcing toxic gases such as Radon and Carbon Monoxide out of the home. Our Positive Input Ventilation systems can also be combined with heating solutions to provide a dual heating/ventilation system.

Why Choose Positive Input Ventilation?

  • System Standby in Summer Months for Energy Saving

  • Stops Toxic Gases from Building Up in the House

  • Proven Benefits for Allergy & Asthma Sufferers

  • Energy Efficient

  • 5 Year Warranty Guaranteed

  • Minimal Maintenance Required

  • Can be Combined With Heating Systems

  • Dramatically Improves Air Quality

  • Smart Heat Recovery System

  • Manual Boost Switch for Extra Ventilation Power

Get in touch with our team today to book a consultation for your Home's New Ventilation System

How Does Positive Input Ventilation Work?

  • Clean, fresh air is continually pulled through natural leak-points in the building’s loft/roof

  • Air rises to the highest point of the building, gaining heat energy to give you the benefits of heat recovery

  • Air passes through installed filters, gently feeding the air into the centre of the building through a hallway diffuser

  • The air then pressurises the house from the inside out which drives out moisture and condensation.

  • This process creates a healthy and fresh environment in the property, driving out stale and damp air and replacing it with fresh air

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