Home Ventilation

Home Ventilation

Improve home ventilation to remove Radon, stop condensation & control humidity levels in the home. Suppliers of Radon mitigation & condensation control systems
Mould Remover

Mould Remover

Buy mould remover biocide for the removal of black mould on walls. Stop damp mould with a mould remover kit at trade prices.
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Nuaire Dri-Eco-LC

Eco Condensation Fans are Nuaire’s entry level positive input ventilation units which gently supply tempered, filtered air into the home. Positive ventilation removes indoor air pollutants and excessive water vapour.
  • RRP €365.33
  • €347.39
  • €289.49

Heat Recovery Fans

Heat recovery fans control humidity levels and reduce the likelihood of conden­sation. This heat exchange ventilation unit provides a continuous air change with minimum heat loss
  • RRP €438.60
  • €395.77
  • €329.81
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Flatmaster 2000

Flatmaster 2000 is an effective anti-conden­sation fan incor­porating a thermos­tati­cally controlled heater. It supplies positive input ventilation for the removal of excess moisture laden air to reduce damp and mould on walls and ceilings.
  • RRP €461.62
  • €444.77
  • €370.64

Radon Extraction Fan

RP145i radon extraction fan is designed specifically for the mitigation of radon gas in buildings, with an emphasis on quality, durability and performance. Fans are highly effective, ultra-quiet and energy efficient
  • RRP €403.56
  • €363.20
  • €302.67


Dri-Eco-Heat-HC Heat is a highly effective condensation control unit. A loft mounted positive ventilation fan incor­porating an integral heater to cure severe condensation problems through the cold damp winter months
  • RRP €477.54
  • €460.21
  • €383.51
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Heat Recovery Unit

Heat recovery unit in a kit comprising an Eclipse Stadium HRV 150 fan, a humidistat unit and a 152mm core bit set. The kit provides everything you need to control humidity and reduce condensation
  • RRP €513.30
  • €465.86
  • €388.22

Mould Remover

A professional mould remover concentrate that provides the surface sterili­sation treatment to remove and kill mould spores and surface growths on painted or papered surfaces.­Concentrate is supplied in a 5L containerand makes 25L solution
  • RRP €126.73
  • €99.05
  • €82.54

Drimaster 365

The Drimaster 365 system supplies the best of both worlds, tempered air circulation during the condensation season and cool fresh air for warm stuffy nights. Signi­fic­antly improves indoor air quality
  • RRP €686.05
  • €629.66
  • €524.72


Nuaire Dri-Eco 3 Storey loft fan is suitable for three storey properties by using an intumescent diffuser in order to meet fire regulation standards. Drawing fresh air from the loft , dispersing it through the property to alleviate conden­sation.
  • €535.60
  • €446.33

Radon Mitigation Fan

RP265i radon mitigation fan is engineered to pump radon gas from beneath buildings. Designed for use where high airflow or multiple radon sumps are required, fans are effective, whisper-quiet and energy efficient.
  • RRP €494.18
  • €444.62
  • €370.52

Heat Recovery Fan Extension

Heat Recovery Fan Extension
  • RRP €74.34
  • €74.34
  • €61.95

Nuaire Flatmaster

Flatmaster is a low cost, low energy positive input ventilation unit for condensation control in flats and apartments. An entry level Nuaire anti-conden­sation unit at a budget price
  • RRP €412.76
  • €398.83
  • €332.36

Condensation is the most common cause of unwanted dampness in UK homes. Without having adequate anti-conden­sation measures in place then humidity control problems can occur. Homes with inadequate heating, insulation and ventilation are most likely to be affected by the consequences of condensing water vapour.

What causes conden­sation?

The amount of water vapour that can be held by air is directly related to its temperature. Warm air has the capacity to hold more moisture than cold air. It therefore follows that when warm, moist air cools to a level below its moisture holding capacity then the excess water vapour is released onto cold surfaces as it condensates from a gas into liquid form.

Condensed water vapour is easily visible where it forms as droplets on cold surfaces such as windows but less so on absorbent surfaces such porous ceilings and walls, where it may not be obvious until black mould growth occurs.

Why has condensation and mould become such a problem over recent years?

In an effort to increase energy efficiency in homes, modern housing and refurbished buildings have effectively become sealed boxes, providing ideal conditions for condensation to occur. Double glazing and central heating have taken the place of draughty windows and open fireplaces with the result that natural ventilation has been greatly reduced.

Condensation season runs generally from October to March, due to ventilation being reduced throughout the cooler months as doors and windows are kept shut.  In addition humidity levels rise with washing more likely to be dried in-doors than out and cooler temperatures at that time of year makes wall colder and more likely to attracted condensing water vapour.

What are the effects of conden­sation?

Condensation on walls, ceilings and furnishings is directly associated with mould growth. Moulds are forms of fungi that are found naturally in the environment. When mould spores land on a damp spot they may begin to grow and multiply. Mould removal is a vital task as toxic moulds can cause:

  • Damage to health
  • Damage to walls and ceilings
  • Musty odours

What can I do to reduce condensation in my home?

Water vapour condensate can be avoided by correcting the balance between moisture generation, air temperature and surface tempe­ratures. Paraffin and bottled gas heaters should be avoided and tumble driers should be vented to the outside to reduce the excess generation of water vapour. However as home owners are unlikely to boil fewer kettles or run less showers then the following anti-conden­sation measures can help to manage humidity levels.

  • Reduce water vapour generation – The less moisture in the air, the lower the risk of condensation problems
  • Improve home ventilation – Expel moisture laden air from the home.
  • Control air temperature – Through the winter months keep all areas of the home heated to a temperature of around 20C.
  • Insulate walls – Walls that are insulated are warmer and are less likely to attract condensate.

Remember there is no miracle cure for condensation but a common-sense approach to water vapour management is essential.­  Heating and ventilation are vital in ensuring your house is kept dry and free from mould.