Why Choose Us

We take care to do the job properly

Why Choose Us

It is often said "The quality remains long after the price is forgotten"

I have also heard the phrase “The Bitterness of Poor Quality remains long after the Sweetness of Low Price is forgotten”

When deciding on which ventilation company to use for your home the above mentioned phrases should be respected.

We at Ventilation One do not work to a price and we certainly do not cut corners, skimp on materials or rush to get the job done for the sake of a discount or matching the cheaper inferior install of some ventilation companies out there.

We at Ventilation One take pride in our work and we work to a standard of the highest quality not to a price.

 


 

Commitment to Quality

Take a few moments and look at the below photos and compare the Ventilation One way against the corner cutting, skimp on materials, incorrect installs of the other companies out there.

Other Guys


  • Poor Installation

    Fan, filter and control box not correctly and securely installed, will void manufactures warranty.
  • Jobs left untidy

    Jobs left untidy, and will cause hazards. A clean and tidy site is a safe site.
  • Incorrect ducting used

    Incorrect ducting used, manufacturer will not provide warranty, incorrect install will lead to voiding of warranty.

Ventilation One Team


  • Industry Approved Ducting Tape

    Acoustic Insulated Ducting is taped correctly, correct ducting is used and special industry approved white poly ducting is used for those hard to reach places.
  • Correctly & Securely Installed

    Fan, filter and control box is correctly and securely installed as per manufacturers specifications.

 

Renovations: Ventilate it right

It’s that time of year again and a cold wind is rattling around outside. Inside Kiwi homes, as we ramp up heating to keep warm, windows may soon be covered with tiny drops of condensation.

Before long if the source of this moisture isn’t taken care of, the warm air holds in the moisture, at which point clothes in wardrobes – and curtains and blinds, may become mildewed or mouldy.

Additionally, as the spores hang in the air, tenants’ health can become compromised.

Ironically, the problem can be worse in an airtight modern home, rather than in a draughty old bungalow or villa, because of cracks in windows and doors in older homes creating natural ventilation.

The good news is that a number options are available for curbing – and even preventing dampness from taking hold in your rental.

By doing so, you’ll have happy, healthy tenants.

In this month's New Zealand Property Investor we summarise tried and true options as well as take a look at what's new.

Article sourced from www.propertyinvestor.co.nz. Read the full article here