EnviroVent, the UK manufacturer of ventilation solutions to local authorities and housing associations, has launched a dedicated brochure for registered providers enabling them to find out about the latest ventilation solutions for the social housing sector.
The 24-page brochure covers both the planned and reactive maintenance services that EnviroVent offers. This includes what to do when complaints are received from tenants relating to poor indoor air quality, plus a focus on EnviroVent’s Rapid Response service, which guarantees to find and install a fully working ventilation solution within 10 days.
EnviroVent’s head of sales - social housing, John Moss, said: “We have 30 years’ experience in supplying the social housing sector and this brochure gives an overview of what we can offer registered providers. One of the reasons for producing this brochure was to demonstrate why EnviroVent is different. We can take care of the whole project, which starts by carrying out a full survey in order to specify the right ventilation solution, supplying the product, installing it and providing after-sales care. Everything is in-house, so we can ensure our customers receive the highest quality service.”
For customers who carry out their own installations, the brochure highlights how through EnviroVent’s 1,200 stockists nationwide, it can easily supply the right ventilation solution.
It also explains how EnviroVent offers its own NICEIC-accredited training course, which meets the requirement for installers looking to apply to join a Competent Person Scheme in England and Wales for Domestic Ventilation Systems.
For local authorities or housing associations building new homes, the brochure contains information about finding the right ventilation solution, whether they are building to system 1, 3, 4 or 5. This includes taking a look at EnviroVent’s Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) range that creates a healthy and comfortable living environment, with low energy usage.
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