Many Registered Social Landlords see a sharp rise in tenant complaints during the autumn and winter months when condensation is at its worst.  It’s estimated that one in five UK homes are poorly ventilated, leading to problems with streaming windows, mould growth and poor indoor air quality.

Are Lifestyles And Better Insulation To Blame?

Many RSLs will try to encourage their tenants to adopt simple lifestyle changes to lower the level of humidity in the property: opening windows and closing doors in moisture-producing rooms, keeping the property warm to reduce cold spots, and not drying clothes inside.  In reality, it is often difficult to enforce these changes and when outside temperatures plummet any activities that result in a loss of heat and increased fuel bills are quickly abandoned. 

Upgrading the energy-efficiency of housing stock can mean reduced heating bills, but any improvements to the air-tightness of a dwelling must be accompanied by a review of the ventilation strategy. Cavity wall and loft insulation can lead to condensation dampness in new and older homes, if the required 4-air changes per hour are not met.

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Cure Condensation with Drimaster-Eco

Pioneered by Nuaire back in 1972, the PIV strategy has since become a trusted method of ridding properties of condensation and reducing airbourne pollutants and allergens. Drimaster-Eco is designed to tackle the problem of condensation dampness whilst offering housing providers and occupants a host of energy, time and cost-savings.

Nuaire produce two ranges, Drimaster-Eco, for homes with lofts, and Flatmaster, for homes without lofts.

Benefits for Social Housing Providers

Social housing providers are committed to providing quality homes for their tenants, ensuring the standard of their homes are maintained or improved via planned maintenance schemes.

Nuaire can help housing providers achieve and maintain a decent home standard by offering a range of ventilation solutions that will cany existing condensation dampness within a property, improve air quality and avoid costly redecoration and un-necessary maintenance.

Benefits for the Landlord:

  • Compliance to ADF & ADL Building Regulations
  • Quick and easy, one-man installation
  • Very low life-cycle costs
  • Easy maintenance with hall-controls
  • Preserves the building fabric reducing maintenance costs
  • Maintains long tenancies
  • Improves indoor air quality and reduces Radon gas levels
  • Improvise tenant wellbeing and health, avoiding legal claim


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Flatmaster 2000

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