Nuaire ES-MEV

26 Sep 2013
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South Glamorgan
United Kingdom
I moved into my first home a few months ago (small end of terrace). The bathroom is on a single skin (on 3 walls) extension, and on the second floor. It gets cold. Very cold! It also gets fairly damp after showers, and in the cold can take a long time to clear the water on the walls. The house has a Nuaire ES-MEV (continuous mechanical extract ventilation) unit, and no other ventilation in the bathroom. The unit seems to be set to a fairly low extract rate, but doesn't seem particularly user friendly for changing this... Does anyone have one of these, or experience of them, and can give advice?

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