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13 Jul, 2009

Heat pumps and Condensation

Posted by: charles In: Ventilation and Heat Pumps

Almost every day I get called into homes that have heat pumps installed and are still getting large quantities of condensation on all windows throughout the home. These clients have been told by the heat pump sales person that installing a heatpump, they will remove all condensation. Yes a heat pump (AKA airconditioner) can remove […]

The weather we’ve had over the last few weeks has been great with cold nights, frosty mornings and fantastic days. These conditions give us lovely fine days but also perfect conditions to produce bad condensation on windows including some double glazed window frames. On these cold nights we heat our homes more, this in turn […]

Yesterday I was asked to go to a clients home who has a flat roof. He had been told that he can’t have a forced air ventilation sysyem because of his flat roof, but wants one as his son has a well designed forced air ventilation system in his home and my client saw the […]

Today I looked at an 80 year old double brick house, 3 bedroom with bad odours from both cooking and mould. This house has a heat pump installed in the lounge. The owner says, it gets warm in the lounge, but the heat pump guy’s say it is big enough to heat the lounge and 2 […]



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