Ventilation helps prevent infections, prevents condensation and inhibits the growth of mold and mites.
Ventilation is also necessary when people gather such as Christmas and New Year’s.
In winter, ventilate properly to prevent the room temperature from dropping too low.
- Benefits of Ventilation
Appropriate ventilation helps expel viruses and house dust and prevent infections and allergies.
- Prevention of Condensation
If you leave condensation unchecked, it will cause mold and then damage wallpaper and building materials. Ventilate regularly to allow excess moisture.
Ventilation tips for winter
- Take measures to prevent the room temperature from dropping too low.
Open the windows of unoccupied rooms so that warm air is sent via the hallway to rooms with people in them. This will prevent the room temperature from dropping too low.
- If there is a 24-hour ventilation system, always keep the switch on.
Check that the switch is ‘on’ and that the air supply and ventilation vents are open.
- Filters should be cleaned regularly.
Dirty filters in the ventilation and air supply vents reduce ventilation performance.