HOME VENTILATION SYSTEMS
A well ventilated home is paramount in creating a healthy, dry and comfortable enviornment.
The homes being built today are incredibly air-tight in comparison to homes built the decade before. In winter, condensation and stale air build up in your home.
A ventilation system works to bring fresh air into the home in an unassuming way.
Mitsubishi Electric's Lossnay system draws fresh air from outside and recovers 85% of the heat energy as the fresh air interchanges with the cool, stale air.
LOSSNAY VL250 & VL350
The Mitsubishi Electric under-ceiling Lossnay systems are extremely well-engineered, and are to provide your home with fresh, filtered air.
The system removes the stale, humid air from inside your home, and replaces it with fresh, filtered air from outside. Not the roof space. Removing this air from your home will help reduce crying windows and frames at your place.
It will recover up to 90% of the heat energy from the air being removed, and passes that heat energy to the fresh air coming in.
The filters can be changed by you, saving you spending money on expensive technicians doing the same job.
You can set up your system to work harder or easier to suit your family's lifestyle. For example,if you want extra ventilation to happen when you all get home, or for the system to slow right down when everyone is in bed, you can set this up in the "timing feature".
It's very energy efficient, as it does not create heat but utilises the heat already inside your home.
If you would like to see if this amazing system will work for you and your home, give us a call for a free no-obligation quote.
Frequently asked questions
Will the Lossnay help to reduce the moisture inside my home?
Does the Lossnay pull the air down from the ceiling space?
How does the Lossnay retain up to 90% of the heat energy from the air being taken out of my home?
How efficient is the Lossnay to run?
Is the Lossnay a heater as well as a ventilation system?
Is the Lossnay unit actually quiet?
Can the Lossnay have a timer set up so that it can run at different times of the day to match my family's movements?
Do I need to pay a specialist to change the filters for me, or can I do it myself?
How often do the filters need replacing?
It depends on how much filtration the filters need to do, but once every 12 months is normally fine.