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You have to consider that:
- We spend an average of 12 hours a day at home
- We perform activities such as eating, cooking, sleeping, showering and occasionally relaxing and during these activities a large amount of moisture, odors and CO2 is produced.
We cannot ignore that ventilation is very important for a pleasant and healthy indoor climate. In both new and existing buildings. And not only at home but also in schools, offices, health institutions, etc.
In addition to ventilating, it is of course important to save energy. The rules and regulations have changed in this regard. So homeowners of houses for sale are required to deliver an energy label from January 1, 2015. At a glance you can compare the energy efficiency of a house with other houses of the same type. An energy level A is very efficient, while an energy level G is very inefficient.
It is important to coordinate your ventilation and your heating to be able to have an optimal indoor climate, without unnecessary heating costs. The best way to ventilate a building is to supply fresh air to each space individually. Especially in well insulated environments where less heat is required.
These are decentralized ventilation solutions on demand that ensure adequate ventilation in the places and times when necessary.