And it doesn't stop there
We also offer several optional extras which can be fitted to your ventilation system to ensure optimum air quality and/or a more comfortable temperature in your home.
Here at last, a unique and revolutionary new way to cost-effectively warm the air that the DVS ventilation system brings into your home! Only DVS can offer you Tempervents - an ingenious new device that features a low-wattage heating element for fitting to any or all of your ceiling vents (they fit to both new and existing DVS Classic ventilation systems). The result? Cost-effectively pre-warmed air that you can target into the rooms of your choice ... more>
This allows the warm air from a room with a heat source (for example a wood burner in the living room) to be transferred to cooler rooms in your home, such as bedrooms. more>
Automatic Summer Ventilation
Designed solely for the Classic DVS Ventilation System, the purpose of Automatic Summer Ventilation is to deliver a continuous supply of fresh, filtered air, drawn from outside the roof space, when the roof space itself becomes too hot.
This allows you to ventilate your home with fresh air throughout the summer months - without the need to leave windows or doors open. DVS Automatic Summer Ventilation allows you to reduce pollen, dust, insects and noise, and improve your home's security while enabling you to enjoy a constant supply of fresh, cooler air, day and night.
External Air Supply Unit
Designed specifically for use with the Classic DVS Ventilation System, an External Air Supply Unit draws air directly from outside, rather than the roof space - ideal for homes that suffer from damp roof spaces or roof spaces with poor air quality. One of our Consultants can advise whether an External Air Supply Unit may be necessary for your home.
Roof Space Vent
Designed specifically for use with the G4 Reclaim, an optional Roof Space Vent can be installed to supply free solar heat from the roof space (when available) by merging this air to the air being extracted from the home and transferring this additional heat to the fresh, incoming air. In this way, the heat from the roofspace can be utilised without bringing any of the actual roof space air into the home.