In the centre of living areas and bedrooms and at least one metre from walls. If necessary to offset do so on the window side of centre.
Avoid outlets near the entrance to an ensuite or bathroom. Avoid an outlet in the hall as there is no guarantee that enough air would enter the bedroom to control condensation.
Under ideal conditions, supply air to the perimeter of the home and extract from the centre. Place return air in the hallway. Consider the overall airflow pattern.
Connect ducting to the back of the diffuser, then work towards the centre of the home to a central position for the fan, preferably above a utility room, bathroom or similar.
Place the Heat Transfer intake across the room from the heat source to ensure the heat travels across and warms the room prior to extracting the excess heat.
SmartVent Balance is installed vertically and can be installed into either cupboard space in utility rooms or in a roof cavity.
Yes, however it can be quite tricky. Access to lower floors can be achieved through cupboards, wardrobes and other voids. A larger or two-fan system should be considered.
When the roof cavity air is not desirable an outdoor air supply kit can be used. Some systems include these parts as standard.