The Code for Sustainable Homes is the national standard for the sustainable design and construction of new homes. The Code supports the government target that all new homes will be zero carbon from 2016 and the step changes in Building Regulations Part L leading to this. House builders across the country are being encouraged to support The Code, reduce carbon emissions and create homes that are more sustainable. The Code offers a tool for house builders to demonstrate their sustainability performance, and to differentiate themselves from their competition.
How can our systems help?
ADM’s ventilation systems increase comfort and healthy environments and go a long way to meeting new Government targets towards sustainable living.
Our heat recovery systems:
- remove stale air, odours and harmful pollutants.
- replace this extracted air simultaneously so it’s constantly fresher, drier and warmer
- recover and re-use up to 98% of extracted heat and provide a super-efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to draughty windows, extractor fans and trickle vents
- reduce and recycle wasted energy by as much as 40%
- help to achieve a healthy, unpolluted indoor environment by extracting moisture and condensation and unsightly mould
- use long-life, low-energy DC motors that further reduce overall running costs and carbon footprints
At ADM we are more than ready for the airtight home of 2016.
Check out our products section to find out why and how our ventilation systems are well suited to house builders