Flat 51mm ducting MVHR system installation in low ceiling building

Flat 51mm semi-rigid ducting running pinned neatly to ceiling joists to prevent loss of room height

The Heat, Space and Light team has designed and supplied a flat 51mm semi-rigid ducting MVHR system for a home in London, in order not to lose any room height. The ducting measures a mere 51mm in height, is crush-proof… Continue reading

MVHR compatibility with underfloor heating, air conditioning, heat pumps and cooker hoods

This article will explain MVHR’s compatibility with other mechanical services within the home such as underfloor heating, air conditioning, heat pumps and cooker hoods. An MVHR system is a future-facing home technology that will help achieve the UK’s low carbon… Continue reading

Forensic airtightness test gives 30% lifetime heating bill savings

Airtightness Test Kit mounted in hallway of London retrofit 2021

Heat, Space and Light Ltd technicians have conducted forensic airtightness testing on a renovated London Victorian end-of-terrace. The results of the four-hour visit will have improved its comfort, energy efficiency and acoustics by up to 30 per cent, and lowered… Continue reading

Cotswold new build is 100x more airtight than Building Regs and 6x more airtight than Passivhaus

It is subtle and understated in its impact on UK housing, but this new build bungalow home is one of the most energy efficient buildings in the world – and represents the future of housebuilding in the UK and Europe.… Continue reading

What’s the difference between an MVHR Heat Exchanger and an Enthalpy that recovers moisture?

Internal mechanism of an MVHR unit

If you’re researching installing a Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) system for your project, you may have heard of an Enthalpy heat exchanger or ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilation). But what is an “Enthalpy” heat exchanger? How does it change… Continue reading