10 Oct What is Subfloor Ventilation & How Does it Work
What is subfloor ventilation & How does it work
Your Subfloor = The foundation for a floor of a building
What is Subfloor Ventilation
A subfloor ventilation system extracts damp air from your home which intern allows dry fresh air to enter the areas under your floor. It is installed within your subfloor space and prevents excessive moisture from making its way inside your home.
Without subfloor ventilation you may experience:
* Mould growth in your wardrobes
* Mould growth in and on your walls
* Issues for residents with asthma and allergies
* Termites love a warm damp subfloor area
How Does it Work
Xchange Air’s Home Ventilation Systems and Sub Floor fan systems are the quietest in the market and leave your home at optimum health along with being extremely energy efficient. Our systems can also be installed into apartments, units and houses where no roof space is required.
You will notice the difference immediately!
The system is designed to exhaust damp trapped air from the subfloor and introduce fresh air in through existing or new passive vents. This cuts off the source of the moisture from being evaporated through timber floors into the property which helps with mould and mildew issues and protects your timber floors. Xchange air also has a second solution (see below) which can be used in conjunction with, or alternatively to, subfloor ventilation fans.
Xchange air also has another solution Positive Input Ventilation which can be used in conjunction with, or alternatively to, subfloor ventilation fans.
Why Choose Xchange Air
We have worked incredibly hard over the years to make sure that our products are the best on the market. It is with this level of hard work and passion we provide the ideal solutions for your property.