East London Mould Cleaning Indoor Ventilation Heat Recovery Services Launched

East London mould eradication company Sky Ventilation launched a full range of indoor ventilation, heat recovery and mould prevention services. The company provides bespoke extractor fan systems, positive input ventilation, heat recovery and mould cleaning solutions for clients in London, Kent and other areas.

Romford, United Kingdom - January 13, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Sky Ventilation, a professional mould eradication company based in East London, launched an updated range of solutions for residential clients looking to improve indoor air quality, eliminate mould growth and condensation, and improve energy efficiency.

More information can be found at http://skyventilation.co.uk.

Mould growth can be a severe issue often requiring professional assistance to eliminate efficiently. Since mould is favored by high indoor humidity, installing a high-quality ventilation system can be an effective way to prevent mould colonies.

Sky Ventilation launched a full range of services for homeowners and landlords looking to improve air quality and eliminate and prevent mould growth. By providing a wide range of indoor ventilation, extraction and dehumidification solutions, the London company aims to respond to the needs of a wide range of clients.

The company provides complete installation of high-quality extractor fans and multi-room ventilation units. These solutions are ideal for homeowners and landlords looking to eliminate indoor moisture, improve overall air flow, remove water build-up and prevent mould growth.

PIV (positive input ventilation) installation services are also available. These whole-house ventilation units are best for loft and flat spaces, ensuring free air flow and improving overall air quality. According to the official Sky Ventilation website, PIV systems offer a constant supply of fresh air for medium and large areas and can reduce symptoms of allergies and asthma by preventing mould growth.

Clients can also contact Sky Ventilation for bespoke heat recovery solutions. The company works closely with each client to install an appropriate system to improve air flow, reduce heating costs, and prevent mould accumulations.

Complete mould cleaning services are also available, the company using high-efficiency hypoallergenic solutions to eliminate mould growth and clean the affected areas.

The recent service update is part of the company’s efforts to provide cutting-edge indoor air ventilation and mould elimination services for clients in London, Essex, Kent, Sussex, Surrey and Oxfordshire.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Rhys Robinson
Organization: Sky Ventilation
Address: 77 Aylsham Lane, Romford, England RM3, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-7452-833522

For more information, please visit http://www.skyventilation.co.uk

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 287093

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