Dwelling-spesific ventilation to new and old buildings (video in Finnish)

Dwelling-spesific ventilation to new and old buildings (video in Finnish)

Satisfaction of the residents and saving the energy fit together. On this video you´ll get you hear how well-functioning ventilation increases the the satisfaction of residents and saves e

Bad indoor air is commonly the reason for a complaint in older apartment buildings. If it feels too cold in winter, too hot in summer and always dusty, it is appropriate to make a complaint. 
In this video, a design engineer tells how you can make residents more satisfied by offering them dwelling-spesific ventilation. When resident are able to control the output of ventilation according to one´s needs, you can also save remarkable amount of heating energy and electricity.

 
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