Ventilation Systems

We are a leading provider of ventilation solutions for homes and businesses. We design, install and maintain ventilation systems that are economical, prevent mould and condensation. We offer a variety of home ventilation systems, including our flagship Heat Recovery Ventilation systems (MVHR)

Heat Recovery Ventilation systems (MVHR)

Improved Indoor Air Quality with MVHR

Our Heat Recovery Ventilation systems are popular for homeowners looking to improve indoor air quality, reduce energy bills, and prevent dampness and mould. These systems are ideal for new builds, as they can be installed during the early stages of the house or apartment build. However, they can also be retrofitted to existing properties, providing a cost-effective solution for improved ventilation. (d-MVHR)

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Improved Air Quality and Reduced Energy Bills

Heat Recovery Ventilation systems (MVHR) extract stale air from your home and replace it with fresh, filtered air. The system also recovers up to 94% of the home’s “waste” energy and reuses it, resulting in lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint.

Economical MVHR Systems for Your Home

We understand that every property is different, and we offer bespoke Heat Recovery Ventilation systems (MVHR) to suit your specific needs and budget. Whether you require a centralised or decentralised approach, we can help you find the perfect ventilation solution for your home.

Cost of Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems (MVHR)

The cost of MVHR system varies depending on the size of your property and the number of hours it would take to install. For a two-level 100m2 sized property with two bathrooms the complete ventilation system would cost roughly £5k.

Decentralised Mechanical Ventilation With Heat Recovery (dMVHR)

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Introducing dMVHR: The Discreet Ventilation Solution for Existing Homes

We understand the importance of maintaining healthy indoor air quality in homes. That’s why we offer Decentralized Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (dMVHR) as a ventilation solution for homeowners. This system is ideal for those who live in existing homes and want to improve air quality without compromising space.


How dMVHR Improves Air Quality and Reduces Energy Consumption

The dMVHR system works by extracting stale air from the living spaces, such as the living room and bedrooms, and replacing it with fresh, filtered air from the outside. The system then recovers heat from the extracted air, which is used to warm the incoming air. This not only improves air quality but also helps to reduce energy consumption and heating bills.

Discreet Design: Enjoy Clean Air Without Compromising Your Space

Our dMVHR models are designed to be discreet and hidden within the wall, with only a small vent and control panel visible. This means that there is no need for extensive ductwork, which can take up valuable space in your home. Additionally, there are no ceiling height restrictions, making it an ideal option for homes with low ceilings.

The Benefits of Choosing dMVHR: Improving Health, Preventing Damage, and Protecting Against Viruses

dMVHR systems remove stale, polluted air and replace it with fresh, filtered air. This can help to reduce the risk of respiratory illnesses, allergies, and health problems caused by poor indoor air quality. The system also filters the incoming air, removing any harmful particles, including viruses and bacteria, before they enter your home.

Positive Input Ventilation (PIV)

Say Goodbye to Poor Indoor Air Quality with PIV Systems

We offer Positive Input Ventilation systems as a comprehensive solution for poor indoor air quality caused by condensation, mould, and other issues. Our PIV units are available for loft and wall mounting with various options to enhance indoor air quality and comfort.

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Breathe Easy with Fresh, Filtered Air

Positive Input Ventilation System (PIV) is a cost-effective and straightforward method of improving indoor air quality by introducing fresh, filtered air into your home. Our PIV units gently distribute this clean air throughout your property, replacing stale, unhealthy air and reducing indoor pollutants, including allergens, dust, and moisture, that can cause respiratory problems, allergies, and other health issues.

How Our PIV Systems Work to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Our PIV systems create a positive pressure that forces out stale air and moisture, preventing the build-up of harmful pollutants and reducing the risk of condensation and mould growth. In addition, the system is quick to install, taking as little as 3-4 hours if there are no constraints in the property.

Stay Comfortable in Any Climate with heater and pre-heater options.

We offer two types of PIV systems – those with a preheater and those without. PIV systems with a preheater are designed for colder climates and provide additional heating to the incoming air, maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature. PIV systems without a preheater are ideal for milder climates, providing a cost-effective solution for improving indoor air quality.

The Benefits of Installing a PIV System in Your Home

The benefits of installing a PIV system in your home include improved air quality, reduced condensation and mould growth, enhanced comfort, and energy efficiency. In addition, our PIV systems have options for heaters and filters, ensuring you receive the best value for money.

Cost of Installing PIV Systems

The cost of installing a PIV system varies depending on the size of your property and the type of system you choose. Our PIV systems cost roughly £850 and £1000 to install. However, we provide a custom quote based on your property’s specific requirements, ensuring that you receive the best possible value for money.

Extractor fans

Choosing the Right Extraction Ventilation Fan for Your Home: Continuous vs Intermittent

There are two types of extraction ventilation fans: continuous and intermittent. Constant fans run continuously and must extract at a rate of 8 litres a second. They are ideal for use in bathrooms and other areas where moisture is generated regularly. On the other hand, Intermittent fans extract at a rate of 15 litres a second for 20-minute intervals. They are designed to be used in kitchens and other areas where moisture is generated less frequently.

Both extraction ventilation fans should have an inbuilt humidity stat sensor that increases the fan’s speed when excess moisture is detected in the room. This ensures that the fan can remove excess water and prevent the growth of mould and mildew.

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Cost Of Installing Extraction Ventilation Fans - Cool Runnings

Cost Of Installing Extraction Ventilation Fans

The cost of installing a new extraction ventilation fan or replacing an older model varies depending on the specific requirements of your property. We provide custom quotes based on the size of your property, the type of fan you choose, and other factors.

Our team of specialist installers will work with you to find the perfect ventilation solution for your needs, whether it’s a Heat Recovery Ventilation system, D-MVHR, Positive Input Ventilation system, or Extractor fan. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!