New Homes, Retrofit & Developers

New Home Ventilation


New Homes, Retrofit & Installations of Ventilation

When installing a range of equipment into an existing property or new building it is important to use low energy, sustainable domestic ventilation systems. Following Part F, L and O of the Building Regulations is imperative.

Without adequate ventilation, damp and mould build up is a common problem that can effect any property. Our support will ensure that the Part F of the ventilation guidelines for installation are adhered to. Giving you piece of mind that any specification is carried out sympathetically.

VENTI are here to advise and support with a range of products and wealth of knowledge.


Specification From the Drawing Stage

VENTI can help you design the required ventilation systems from your drawings.

With the updated Government regulations, ventilation must adequately meet the requirement of building control for ventilation as per Approved Document F. The VENTI products can provide mechanical ventilation without the need for trickle vents or other forms of background ventilation.

When specifying the VENTI product range there are a couple of key requirements. The first is what is the room used for and what does this class the space as:

  • Wet Rooms – Bathroom, kitchen, utility
  • Habitable Rooms – Dining, family, bedroom, Lounge/snug

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Market Leading Products

The FLUXO Single Room MVHR Unit

This continuous, mechanical fresh air supply unit improves living conditions by supplying fresh air into habitable dwellings using correct and sustainable methods.

The FLUXO unit can continually extract and supply clean air into the property, reducing condensation and mould.

The Fluxo unit is extremely quiet. At trickle speed it only runs at 10db at speed 2 it is still only producing 15db. At maximum speed the Fluxo is still only producing 29db.


Poor Ventilation

Inadequate ventilation is a leading cause of damp. When moist air is unable to escape, it can lead to condensation on surfaces, creating a breeding ground for mould. Kitchens and bathrooms, where moisture levels are naturally higher, are particularly susceptible.



Condensation occurs when warm, moist air meets a cold surface. Common in poorly ventilated areas, such as bedrooms and bathrooms, it can lead to damp patches, mould growth, and even damage to furniture and clothing.


Why Ventilate

Enhanced Air Quality: DMEV or D-MVHR systems like the ARIA and FLUXO provide controlled, continuous ventilation with the ability to filter incoming air. This allows for better removal of pollutants, allergens, and particulate matter from the indoor air, contributing to improved air quality compared to trickle vents.