Sub-Floor Ventilation

Sub-floor ventilation is the process of allowing fresh air to circulate within the sub-floor space to control humidity levels and prevent dampness. This can be achieved through the use of air bricks, vents, or mechanical ventilation systems. Effective sub-floor ventilation helps in preventing timber decay, mould growth, and other moisture-related issues, thereby promoting a healthier living environment and ensuring the longevity of the building structure.

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