Positive Input Ventilation (or “PIV” for short) is an incredibly effective way for householders to control their indoor air quality. PIV is a whole-house system that aims to create fresh and healthy living spaces thanks to filtered air delivered throughout the home continuously.
PIV is an attractive proposition for homeowners because it’s ideal when they don’t want to remove walls or remove any plaster to get back to bare brickwork. If you’re new to positive input ventilation, here’s everything you need to know on the subject. Loft insulation
How Does a PIV System Work?
A PIV system typically gets installed in the void of a roof or inside a wall for apartments. It works by drawing in external air through a filtration unit, and the filtered air gets heated before getting displaced to any living spaces.
While the filtration system gets fitted to in the loft or inside a wall, diffuser units can get installed on all ceilings (where duct runs can get installed) to create a whole-home positive input ventilation system.