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WHAT WE DO
Every building we insulate or ventilate is different, be that a ten story apartment building, local fire station, retail space or your home. UIV wants to help ensure your build is success by installing the right insulation, and ventilation system available.
Building new, send us your plans to provide you quotes and highlighted plans for insulation & ventilation.
A land lord, and unsure of the Healthy Homes Standards, let UIV guide you through the five keys sections of the Act. We break it down so its easy to understand.
Premier Glasswool & Polyester Insulation is a thermal insulating material for framed or part framed walls in domestic and commercial building and when installed correctly will perform for 50 years.
You only get one chance to insulate your walls and that’s when you build a new home or renovate, 25% of heat is lost through uninsulated walls. Don’t just insulate external walls, include walls between bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens as our product range will not only perform thermally but also reduce unwanted sound..
HEALTHY HOMES STANDARDS
Requirements for Landlords under the Residential Tenancies & Healthy Homes Guarantees Act
The healthy homes standards became law on 1 July 2019. The healthy homes standards introduce specific and minimum standards for heating, insulation, ventilation, moisture ingress and drainage, and draught stopping in rental properties.
From the 1st July 2020, Landlords must include a statement of their current level of compliance with the healthy homes standards in any new, varied or renewed tenancy agreement.
Our systems use "Demand Controlled Ventilation" (DCV), which means their ventilation rate is automatically adjusted according to user requirements and the quality of available air, using our built-in intelligent controller which continuously senses air quality to modulate the fan speed. Combining this with highly energy-efficient EC fans, the systems can achieve very high air flows when outdoor air quality is good.
This is how our systems can ventilate continuously, where most systems would turn off.