Landlords

ARE YOUR RENTALS COMPLIANT WITH NEW HEALTHY HOMES STANDARDS?

Insulation has been mandatory in rental homes since 1 July 2019 and the Healthy Homes Standards are now in place and include compliance for insulation, heating, ventilation, and more.

We can help make your rentals compliant with the new Healthy Homes Standards as well as warmer, drier, and healthier for your tenants. We'll coordinate with your tenants and ensure your products are installed safely and your rental investment is protected.

Our Landlord Ventilation and Extraction Systems are designed to ensure your rental property is properly ventilated and bathroom extraction is used every time. The landlord ventilation systems are controlled by the software on the fan and have no wall controller so can't be turned off by a tenant. The rental extraction has the sensors built-in so bathrooms and wet areas are dryer for longer. Protect your asset and your tenants from a mouldy and wet house. Extracting damp air at its source is the most effective way to maintain your Indoor Air Quality, and to prevent mould and mildew from growing. Constantly extracting at very low levels, even when your shower is off, removes any remaining moisture while drawing in better quality air in and around your bathroom.
 
Our System
Our extraction systems use custom-made, fully automatic fans with built-in sensor controls, to provide you with the best protection for you and your bathroom. These fans constantly monitor the humidity levels and remove all excess moisture from your bathroom - without ever needing to flick a switch.

Landlord Systems

Extraction VX125N

125mm bathroom and laundry extraction, well suited for small apartments and ensuites.


Extraction VX150N

150mm bathroom extraction, ideal for larger bathrooms shared with multiple people.

Ventilation AQ220

This is our most common system that will fit most standard houses - up to 220m² in size.


Ventilation AQ300

Our largest system for large houses with a lot of rooms or bigger rooms, up to 400m² in size.

Our 5 Step Process

1. Connect

Once you’re ready to talk, get in touch with us by phone or through the contact form on this website. We’ll ask a few questions; e.g. where you are, what your needs are, your budget range, and any other info we should know before we meet with you in person. We’ll gladly answer general questions. We’ll also set up a day to come to your home or site at a time that suits you.

2. Tailoring a solution for you

We want to understand how your house works – the space available and what you would like to achieve. Send through your plans and any other special requirements, council, acoustic and fire reports. We’ll talk through different options to suit your build and provide a quote in a week or so give you a quick follow up call to answer any questions.

3. Getting Started

Once you are happy to get started - accept the quote and we will book in a time that suits to do a site visit and book a time for installation.

4. Pipeout

Our experienced installers will attend your site to install the pipework and ducting, Once we are done we will leave the site clean and tidy.

5. Fit off

Once you have lined the walls, painted and installed the kitchen, give us a call and we will return for final fit off. That means installing the ventilation and central vacuum appliances, fitting the wall plugs, vacpans and the ceiling defuses, testing and commissioning.

FAQ

How long does it take to install?

Every house is different, some big some small, as we custom fit each system to the house, installation times can vary. Expect on average an installation to take 3 to 4 hours.

Is your system the same as HRV and DVS?

There are many different options for ventilation systems but all are created equal. The systems that we choose to sell and install must have a low annual running cost, intelligent features and the ability to change your own filter if you want to. Not all systems are able to offer this.

When is the best time to install a Home Ventilation system?

Many people start to think of ventilation when the weather is starting to get cooler but the best time to install ventilation is before you need it, Before your home starts to have problems with moisture and dampness. Conditioning your home for the colder months reduces the moisture in the home which in turn reduces the cost of heating during the cold months.

In new homes it is quickest and most efficient to install your ventilation just before you install installation.

How long does the filter last?

Under normal conditions the filter should work efficiently for more than 2 years. We recommend the filter(s) be changed every 18 months. We will notify you when this period is about to be up.

Why do you promote vents in most living spaces while other companies only have 1 or 2 vents?

Doors gets closed for a bunch of reasons, this can reduce natural airflow through the house resulting mould in closets and damp smelly areas. By ventilating the whole house you are able have certainty that dampness, pollens and other contamination are removed from the whole house not just one or two rooms.

We have a modern brand new home, it shouldn’t be damp

New home or old home we all introduce moisture into our homes on a daily basis through showering, cooking etc. This moisture is stored in our bedding, flooring and furnishings which means that in some cases our new homes can be damper than older ones due to being well made and sealed up tightly. The saying is “build it tight -ventilate right” Tight houses are great for warmth by not for air flow. When there is little air movement nothing can get in or out. That nothing includes moisture along with all other pollutants and smells. So it is often more important in a new build to have ventilation than in an older more naturally ventilated home.

Why do I need mechanical ventilation if I have a heat pump?

Ventilation and heat pumps are good friends. Ventilation systems in general do not heat or cool and in the same way heat pumps don't bring fresh air but they do heat and cool.

A ventilation system should monitor and learn the conditions in the home, looking for the ideal time to bring air into the building. Usually the best time to bring fresh healthy air is not at a time when you would be using your heat pump. No more cold bedrooms because the ventilation system is not smart enough to know when it is best to bring air in.

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