A breath of fresh air for your indoor climate, the environment and your wallet.
Why waste significant amounts of money every year on expensive mechanical ventilation?
Natural ventilation utilises natural forces, such as the wind, to provide the ventilation your building needs, reducing the strain not only on your wallet but also on the environment.
Natural ventilation is the use of natural forces, including both wind and thermal buoyancy, to regulate a building's indoor climate.
These forces are created by temperature differences between the interior and exterior environment, thermal displacement within the building and winds around the building.
Buildings utilising natural ventilation take advantage of the fact that warm air rises by allowing it to escape through vents, lowering the internal temperature.
The air inside a naturally ventilated building is kept fresh by controlling air change, typically by using windows in the building's facade and/or roof. Ventilation is achieved by automatically opening and closing windows depending on conditions inside and outside the building and the need for fresh air.
Learn more about natural ventilation advantages here.
We’ve already established that natural ventilation systems are beneficial to both your bank account and to the environment, but there are a number of other benefits to this natural solutions. To name but a few:
Natural ventilation is incredibly low maintenance – they take a lot less work than an air conditioning system or large mechanical ventilation systems, therefore saving you even more money as well as time and effort.
Natural ventilation generates fresher, cleaner air, creating a heathier environment. Productivity and concentration levels will increase whilst absence due to sickness will decrease.
Natural ventilation is also very versatile. Natural ventilation systems can work with the systems you already have in place and can be added to existing buildings.
If you’re building from scratch, you can utilise the principles of natural ventilation architecture and take full advantage of the benefits. Natural ventilation architecture allows you to make complete use of your space, reduces your construction costs and increases your green energy rating. Additionally, without unsightly pipe work and increased light, your building is bound to look good.
Almost all buildings can make use of natural ventilation including office buildings, schools, shopping centres, hospitals and sport halls. See examples of buildings with natural ventilation.
We supply sustainable indoor climate solutions for all types of buildings and our solutions are primarily based on natural ventilation. We can also help you with natural ventilation.
WindowMaster is the ideal natural ventilation consultant and supplier – whether the building in question is a new build or in the process of being renovated.
Our misson is to create better buildings that have plenty of fresh air and excellent and safe indoor climates with the use of natural ventilation.
Let us help you find the ideal solution and select the best natural ventilation for your buildings.
We offer three different kinds of natural ventilation systems also called passive ventilation systems to fit your needs.
We are ready to help you select the best solution for your project.
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