Architect embraces the health benefits of Titon’s NO2 filters

Two Titon HRV10 Q Plus units with Trimbox NO2 Filters® have been installed as part of unique self­build project in East Dulwich, London.

When architect Jake Edgley began building his own six­bedroom house, he included a mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) system as part of the design, alongside other ‘green’, environmentally­friendly measures, including non­toxic paint and flooring.

The 400m2 house was constructed in two halves, each built around a tree, with one MVHR system covering each half of the property. As Jake designs and specifies homes as part of his job, he often experiments with different products on his own property. Having included Titon’s ventilation systems on a number of projects during the last ten years, he was already fully aware of the company’s product offering.

The bedroom area had the Trimbox NO2 Filter® added first, and the Edgley family were so impressed with the results, a second unit was installed to the other half of the house six months later.

Jake now practices what he preaches, as his positive first­hand experience has led him to include the Trimbox NO2 Filter® as part of every new build domestic ventilation system specified by his company, Edgley Design. www.titon.com

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