Create a drier, healthier home
with better air

Given we can spend over 60% of our time within our homes it makes sense that we should be breathing the cleanest of air while we are there.

Every home needs ventilation

The average New Zealand family produces around 10 litres of moisture a day* through cooking, cleaning, showering and general living. If not actively removed that moisture can lead to condensation, mould and airborne nasties and family health problems.

Source: EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority)

Damage to Home & Health

Crying windows, wet sills, damp walls! These are all signs of too much moisture in the home.

Just think of the damage it’s doing to your house and your health. Damp conditions lead to mould and mildew. It damages your paint and wallpaper, it rots your walls and furniture, it harms your curtains, furnishings and clothes. Mould and mildew lead to air-borne allergens and aggravates respiratory illnesses like asthma.

Reduce Pollutants

A Smart Vent system reduces air-borne toxins from tobacco smoke, household cleaners, and formaldehyde from furniture, carpet and building materials. It also reduces pollutants such as dust and dust mites, pet dander and pollen, all of which can trigger asthma, allergies and other respiratory conditions.

Remove Harmful Gases

Potentially dangerous gases, like carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxide, can be produced by fuel-burning heating equipment such as un-flued gas heaters.

A Smart Vent home ventilation system will reduce damp stale air and those harmful pollutants and household odours so we can all breath fresh clean air.

Creating healthier homes

A home ventilation system from Smart Vent quietly ventilates your home with fresher, drier air; removing condensation and moisture and creating healthier, more comfortable living environment.

Positive Pressure Ventilation

A Smart Vent Positive Pressure system draws fresh air from the roof space or from outside and passes it through a medic-grade filter before gently distributing it around the home via diffusers set in the ceiling.

In with the good, out with the bad

This process positively pressurises your home, forcing out moist stale air through nature gaps in windows and doors or through special exhaust vents. Continually cycling your home with fresh, dry air reduces air borne toxins, harmful pollutants and dust and dust mites

Choose the right system
for your home

Not all Home Ventilation systems are created equal! Choose the system and features that are right for your home, its size and family requirements.

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