Home of fresh air

Pien- ja omakotitalot

Single family houses

Intelligent and energy-efficient ventilation safeguards your most important investment – your home. Whether you are building a new house or renovating an old one, Vallox ventilation units take care of good indoor air.

Rivi- ja kerrostalot

Blocks of flats and terraced houses

Decentralized residential ventilation works by the needs of residents. Ventilation can be intensified when needed, not in certain time.

Koulut ja toimistot

Schools and offices

Easy and affordable way to make indoor air better is individual ventilation. While classroom or office is occupied, carbon dioxide and moisture content increases and more efficient ventilation is needed. However next room can be empty. Ventilation in empty room can be reduced and energy will be saved.

Original filters

Only with original filters You can be sure that Your ventilation unit works properly. At the moment we deliver filters only in Finland. 

Best solution for You

See Vallox products and find the right solution for You. Easy product search helps you with choosing. 


MyVallox ventilation units are energy saving and they can be controlled via mobile devices. Integrated humidity sensor takes care of indoor air automatically. 

Where to find Vallox product in Your country?

Find the nearest importer, they will tell You who is local retailer.

About ventilation

Row house, One-family house, Block of flats, Premises

Renovation, New construction

Row house, Block of flats


One-family house, Block of flats

New construction

Block of flats



One-family house


The largest wooden apartment building in Europe

The building was introduced to visitors at the Vantaa Housing Fair in summer 2015. The wooden building has a total of 186 apartments, of which 107 are rental and 79 are right-of-occupancy apar

Block of flats

New construction

One-family house


New ventilation unit for an old one-family house

Easy ventilation renovation without duct modifications

One-family house


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