Near-silent, continuous running ventilation from Vent-Axia, the market leader in low carbon ventilation, is helping one housing association in the West Country make across the board improvements to its tenanted housing stock.

Vent-Axia has helped the Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO), East Durham Homes, to meet the Decent Homes standard, improving indoor air quality and tenant comfort for council housing in Horden, Peterlee and Seaham with Lo-Carbon™ Safety Extra Voltage (SELV) Centra dMEV ventilation.

Vent-Axia’s ground-breaking Lo-Carbon™ Centra and Quadra fans have helped improve the indoor air quality for residents at a block of flats. The flats known as Spencerbeck are located in the Ormesby area of Middlesbrough. They were refurbished by Coast & Country as part of the Decent Homes programme.

Vent-Axia has always known its fans are second to none in performance and quality and now the company has support from MITIE’s Property Services business in its claim. Over the last 18 months, approximately 1,800 of Vent-Axia’s dMEV (decentralized Mechanical Extract Ventilation) Lo-Carbon Centra fans have been installed on a far-reaching refurbishment project for housing provider, A2Dominion, earning a ringing endorsement from MITIE.

Lo-Carbon™ ventilation specialist Vent-Axia has been selected as preferred ventilation supplier for the ‘livinhome’ housing project, a new and innovative approach to affordable housing developed by Geraghty Taylor Architects and Guildhouse-Rosepride. Already being piloted in Croydon, Salford and Aylesbury, the livinhome initiative aims to provide environmentally friendly, functional living spaces at affordable prices.

Vent-Axia, the leader in energy efficient ventilation, has partnered with Surrey-based Mantle Panel Ltd, the company behind the award-winning UK-manufactured environmentally friendly and cost effective Mantle® Building System©. The new partnership will see Mantle Panel specify Vent-Axia’s Lo Carbon™ Sentinel Kinetic mechanical ventilation with heat recovery system (MVHR) for new build properties and light commercial applications, helping to position MVHR as the ideal carbon cutting solution to energy efficient and healthy ventilation.

Vent-Axia has teamed up with Bovis Homes to provide its Lo-Carbon™ Sentinel Kinetic mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) units for two new homes at their York Gate development in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.

Selected for its high efficiency, Vent-Axia’s Sentinel Kinetic will provide residents with excellent indoor air quality while minimising domestic energy costs and contributing to national reductions in energy consumption and greenhouse emissions.

Vent-Axia has teamed up with Bovis Homes to provide its Lo-Carbon™ Sentinel Kinetic mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) units for two homes at their York Gate development in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.

Selected for its high efficiency, Vent-Axia’s Sentinel Kinetic provides residents with excellent indoor air quality while minimising domestic energy costs and contributing to national reductions in energy consumption and greenhouse emissions.

Vent-Axia, a leader in low carbon ventilation, supplied and installed its Lo-Carbon Sentinel Kinetic Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) in the BREEAM Award winning student accommodation, The Green at the University of Bradford. Winning the Multi-Residential category at the BREEAM Awards 2012, The Green has achieved an ‘Outstanding’ BREEAM rating.

Vent-Axia has supplied its Sentinel Totus² D-ERV (Demand Energy Recovery Ventilation) to Newcastle University to improve air quality and save energy. The units were installed as part of a refurbishment project to provide the Estate Support Service (ESS) department with new modern offices.