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    Positive Input Ventilation System
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    • 6th Jul 07, 3:22 PM
    Positive Input Ventilation System 6th Jul 07 at 3:22 PM
    Hi everyone,

    I have recently let a flat out and the tenants have been complaining of damp. To cut a long story short, it is condensation and while I have helped the tenants to manage it correctly (who have been keen to help solve the problem) I need to find a permanent solution that does not rely on having sensible tenants!

    In anticipation of other suggestions, the property is as follows:
    - ground floor maisonette (detached house)
    - 9" brick solid walls (no cavity)
    - concrete floors and ceilings (quite a cold flat even with the heating on full blast)
    - new double glaxed windows with trickle vents

    During my research I came across the Nuaire Flatmaster 2000 and various other Positive input Ventilation Systems.

    Does anyone have experience of these. They sound great but do they actually work??? At the best part of a grand to install I really don't want to go to all the trouble to find they are all hype and no help!
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