As well as the temperature rising in the summer, damp and humidity levels go up too. Humidity levels are always higher in the summer due to the warmer weather which has an affect on on the condensation and indoor air quality of your home.
If you are experiencing high levels of condensation and damp in your home you’ll probably be noticing mould appearing on your ceilings or walls and some musty and damp smells. Investing in Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) is the most effective way to deal with humidity issues.
A PIV system keeps a gentle flow of filtered fresh air moving continually throughout your home, forcing the unfiltered air out, which is what causes the damp and the mould levels to go up.
Humedad Control is a leading supplier and installer of PIV systems in Southern Spain.
What does Positive Input Ventilation do?
- Filters the air in your home
- Stops condensation and mould
- Removes damp and musty smells
- Runs quietly and efficiently
- Runs cheaply and economically
PIV units are very easy to install and meet with building regulations. They all come with a 3 year warranty and are very easy to run with low maintenance that you can carry out yourself, without the need for calling in someone to service it.
One unit will be enough to ventilate the whole house and runs 24 hours a day. They’re nice and compact too so can be tucked away and stored in a convenient place, not taking up any extra room in your house and only costs 2 cents a day to run.
Although it’s a quick and easy install, it’s better to get a professional to carry out the installation as the PIV unit will need to be connected to the mains.
You won’t even notice it’s there – but you will feel the difference and you and your home will both benefit for a long time to come.
You’ll be safe in the knowledge that you can always return to a healthy home without those nasty musty smells and your property will be as you left it.