If you want to better protect your home or building from wood rot as well as improve indoor air quality in your premises, one way is to have a tailored underfloor ventilation system. This is a passive and cost-effective solution to preventing costly damages, mould growth and poor indoor air quality.
Lewisham sub floor ventilation
It’s especially the case here at Lewisham where indoor moisture levels can get unusually high. This is partly because of its inland location where it can get unusually warm and humid sometimes. Another reason is that it’s an Inner West suburb, where most of the areas are highly commercial and busy. Those areas are denser in terms of population and presence of more buildings.
As a result, it’s important to have a passive protection system installed in your home or building (especially in bathrooms, laundries, wardrobes, entry ways and other areas susceptible to high moisture levels). Without some protection, unregulated moisture levels can lead to timber decay, termite infestation, musty smells and mould growth.
To better regulate the moisture levels under the floors, there should be a system of fans and vents that effectively extracts the stale air and lets more of the fresh air to come in. Also, the underfloor ventilation system should have:
- Low running costs
- No maintenance required
- Minimal vibration and quiet operation
- Long-lasting for high ROI
- Maximum cross ventilation
Our solutions here at Extract Air team cover all that. Inner West customers get the highest ROI because our tailored installations last long and they have low running costs. In addition, our customers gain peace of mind because of our 5-year warranty.
We can start with a free no-obligation assessment so you’ll know immediately your options. After the assessment, we can design a tailored solution specific for your home or building. Rest assured that our installations are up to the latest Australian Standards.
If you contact us today, we can set a convenient schedule for you about the assessment. Our service area includes homes, commercial premises and even heritage buildings near Cadigal Reserve, The John Berne School, Eileen O’Connor Catholic College, Toothill Ln, Petersham Public School and Morton Park.