Home Ventilation Systems
Home Ventilation installed from $1450
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A Home Ventilation System uses a system of ducting and fans to remove the moisture-laden air from your home. Once installed these systems have low running costs and can control normal household condensation.
Existing homes usually suit a positive pressure ventilation system which forces stale, often moisture-laden indoor air out through gaps around doors, windows etc. New homes however tend to be more airtight, needing a balanced pressure HRV system.
We can explain the different types of home ventilation and help you select the system that best suits your home.
Free Ventilation Advice
If you're looking for advice on mechanical ventilation systems then give us a call. We give free balanced advice on what a ventilation system can and cannot do. We also sell other energy efficiency products so if there is a better solution to address your homes comfort or health we will let you know. We're not pushy and give obligation-free quotes for ventilation and home energy efficiency solutions.
We have worked with a variety of leading ventilation brands and recommend SmartVent ventilation systems due to the superior performance, features and excellent back-up service. They have a range of systems including temperature and humidity sensing options.
Many ventilation systems talk about reducing condensation but unlike most SmartVent Evolve ventilation actually measures the humidity in the air. The SmartVent Evolve home ventilation system uses multiple humidity and temperature sensors to control the ventilation source and fan speeds to manage your home's climate more precisely.
Some ventilation companies turn up with humidity sensors to test your need for a ventilation system but SmartVent is the only home ventilation brand we've found that have humidity sensors available within their ventilation system to measure and control condensation in your home.
NOTE: Installed pricing offer of $1,450 is for the SmartVent SV01, Standard, 1 vent, no controller, standard installation.
Finance & Funding
We have financial support available to make installing ventilation systems in your home more affordable.
- Mortgage Top-Ups for energy efficiency products
- Q Card Finance
- Winter Energy Payment
5 questions & answers about this product
What is a Positive Pressure Ventilation System?
The objective of a positive pressure system is to pressure fresh air into your home to push out the damp, stale air through gaps around doors, windows etc.
This system works effectively in older homes but more airtight homes should consider a Heat or Energy Recovery System that draws the stale air out as it introduces fresh air. This is also known as a Balanced Ventilation System.
How much does it cost to run a Ventilation system?
The main component of a ventilation system is the fan. A two-vent system costs around $15 per month running continuously - that's around 2c per hour. A 4-room system costs around 3c per hour. This estimate is based on 27c/kWhr.
How many rooms can a ventilation system cover?
Our standard ventilation systems can cover 1-6 rooms. Additional kits can be utilised to extend to up to 12 rooms.
What if I don't have a roof space (attic)?
Most ventilation systems rely on having a roof space to run the ducting to the various rooms. If you don't have a roof space your options are limited.
- For suspended floors (ie not a concrete floor) you may be able to install ventilation ducts underfloor with floor vents.
- There are also through-the-wall options on a room by room basis. The SmartVent option for this incorporates heat recovery efficiency.
How often do filters need to change?
Filters are recommended to be changed every 12 months for maximum effectiveness but your controller will indicate when it is necessary. The great aspect about SmartVent filters is that you can easily change them yourself.
1 customer reviews
The ventilation system has proved, frankly, miraculous in eliminating our top priority issues of a) regular, persistent morning window condensation on wintry mornings, and (b) recurrent mould on curtains, behind settees, besides cupboards, and besides bookshelves.Peter, Auckland
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