Economical & Smart Sub Floor Ventilation Victoria
In Sub floor ventilation Victoria, we get the best equipment to handle your sub floor needs. Homes in Victoria face heavy rains, cold winter days and all these contribute to higher moisture levels. When you get a sub floor ventilation system, your must make sure that the air going into the sub floor is dry and not wet. So, it’s important to understand how to run your sub floor ventilation to keep the space dry.
Most systems used in sub floor ventilation Victoria remove moisture-filled air and replace it with new air. If this is your system, then you want to run your ventilation system when the sun is high, and no trace of rain. During the day is the most optimal time to run such a system, that way the dry air fills your sub space leaving no wet spots. In this case, you want to keep the ventilation quiet during cold nights and rainy days. This is because you’ll add moisture when you bring in wet air and add humidity in the sub floor. Increased humidity means creating fertile ground for mould and mildew.
Buildings get air vents made of brick or aluminum on the sub floor walls, if you they’re not sufficient, you may change them to bigger vents. To make sure they’re working, periodically check the sub floor to see if there is any mould on the walls. Usually if something is wrong, the scent of the air in the space changes. It’s too humid, dank, or damp. This could mean you don’t have enough vents, or they’re blocked on the outside. Monitor your landscaping so that no bush, soil or boulder covers the air vents to the sub floor.
Most times, we find that air vents are never enough when it comes to sufficient ventilation. They’re too small, and sometimes not enough to keep the sub space dry. This is why when you call us and we do an inspection, we write you a favorable quotation. Advising you on the levels of moisture in your sub floor space. We make Sub floor ventilation Victoria easier for you.