Improving indoor air quality via reducing dust and pollen counts and reducing indoor relative humidity levels are proven to reduce asthma triggers.
Improving (increasing) ambient temperature in cold spaces has also been shown to improve conditions for asthma sufferers.
(Note that professional medical advice should always be sought in relation to asthmatic or allergic conditions)
An inAIR PPFV system with its automated, thermostatically controlled function will ensure sufficient air is introduced into a home but not so much that the home becomes drafty or excessively hot or cold.
A common upgrade for asthma sufferers is to include HEPA filtration. When installed in a typical roof cavity, the system’s ability to harvest the naturally free heated air in the roof space can provide a phenomenal clean and green energy source for home heating.