Nuaire has been working with social housing providers across the UK for over 50 years, delivering cost-effective Building Regulations compliant ventilation solutions.
One in five homes in the UK are affected by recurring condensation dampness and with Awaab’s Law now requiring social housing landlords to fix damp and mould to set deadlines, installing adequate ventilation is essential to protect residents and properties, and avoid limitless fines.
When refurbishing a property, social housing providers need to ensure that the work carried out meets the minimum standards set out in Approved Document F1: Means of Ventilation. Nuaire has a range of practical solutions to help social housing providers meet these standards, including:
- Cyfan extract fan
- Faith-Plus Decentralised Mechanical Extract Ventilation (dMEV) fan
- Drimaster-Eco Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) system
Nuaire invented the PIV system, which has since become the most popular method of whole-home ventilation, installed in over a million UK homes. It’s a tried and tested solution to prevent condensation dampness.
Based in South Wales, Nuaire manufactures almost all its products on-site, from small bathroom fans to large air handling units. Renowned for exceptional quality, Nuaire was the first fan manufacturer in the UK to achieve the ISO9001 quality standard. Its state of the art facilities operates with minimal impact on the environment, driven by ambitious targets to drive forward green manufacturing practices.
Nuaire has shaped the ventilation industry with ground-breaking products for decades. The company will continue to pioneer new air technology and to set the standard in clean air and energy-efficient ventilation products.