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 Moving Air Inside Your Home

The simplest and cheapest way to ventilate your home is to open doors and windows regularly to allow fresh air into your home.

In summer, open windows and doors in different parts of your home to create a through-draught, which will help to circulate air and keep your house cool and dry.

In winter, open your doors and windows for a few minutes each day to replace stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air.

Ventilating your bedroom overnight is also important for maintaining air quality. It helps reduce excessive moisture and the risk of mould growth.

Where possible keep windows slightly ajar - this may mean installing window stays for security.

Optimising Your Extraction Units

Make sure you have good extraction systems in the wet areas of your home - like your bathroom, laundry and kitchen.

All fans or extractors should vent to the outside of your home.

Venting into your ceiling space runs the risk of recirculating damp air or depositing oily residues into this void.

Make sure extractor fans are properly sized and located for the type of room.

Ensure fans are turned on before having a shower or bath - and shut the bathroom door. By leaving your bathroom window open slightly, you can increase air-flow into the bathroom to improve the effectiveness of the extractor.

Run your extractor for a few minutes after a shower or bath with the bathroom door shut.

Ensure your unit is cleaned regularly to maintain performance.





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