Frequently Asked Questions

How to improve ventilation in offices?

Improved ventilation can help to increase employee productivity and occupant health and wellbeing. Opening windows and doors is the simplest way of naturally ventilating a building to allow fresh air to flow throughout, but this isn't ideal in cold or adverse weather conditions. Another option is installing a Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR) system such as the Lossnay LGH-RVX3-E. These sophisticated systems are designed to supply clean, fresh air into any commercial building, whilst simultaneously extracting stale air and recovering otherwise lost heat to ensure good indoor air quality.

Why do we need ventilation in buildings?

Ventilation is important in buildings because the circulation of fresh air helps to reduce the concentration of pollutants such as dust, pollen, viruses, chemicals and carbon dioxide. This in turn improves indoor air quality and promotes the health and wellbeing of employees and building occupants. Mechanical ventilation systems can also help regulate the temperature of the building and the humidity levels, saving costs on your heating and cooling bills and creating a productive environment. Finally, a well-ventilated building reduces the spread of airborne illnesses including bacteria and viruses, reducing sickness and absenteeism.

Read more about why business should care about indoor air quality.