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Some of the most expensive homes in the country are in city centres, where the air is the most polluted.

All MVHR systems are designed to filter incoming fresh air as a standard operation practice, removing air pollutants such as dust, pollen and soot typically found both in the city and rural zones. To improve the Internal Air Quality even further, our MVHR systems can include a HEPA ( High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter to remove even finer particulate matter (PM10s) and other pollution associated with city combustion. 

Outdoor air pollution is a major health concern globally,  with effects ranging from increased hospital visits, to increased risk of premature death, and it is one of the greatest environmental risks to public health in the UK.  

It is known to exacerbate the impact of pre-existing health conditions, such respiratory and cardio-vascular illnesses, especially for the elderly and infants.

Both short and long term exposure to outdoor air pollution can lead to reduced lung function, respiratory infections, and aggravate asthma. It is also associated with low birth weight and preterm birth, with evidence also pointing at it affecting diabetes and neurological development in children.

Pollutants with the strongest evidence for public health concern, include particulate matter (PM), ozone (O3), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and sulphur dioxide (SO2) can be removed from the air as it enters the home by means of air-tight insulation and good quality MVHR with HEPA filter (High Effciency Particulate Air) and ductwork installation, to ensure that the air that you breathe is fresh, clean and healthy, minimalising your exposure to these toxins.

Home air filtration: the new luxury property must-have

High-end city developments are installing systems that filter out particulates, pollen and viruses

Carol Lewis

Friday June 05 2020, 12.01am
The Times

Forget spas, concierges and helipads, the latest luxury property must-have is a top-of-the-range pollution and virus-busting air-filtration system. Not least because some of the most expensive homes in the country are in city centres, where the air is the most polluted. However, the combination of global warming and a pandemic is making everyone more aware of the quality of air that we breathe.

This month Search Smartly, a London property portal, announced that it would put air-quality scores on all properties, and Propertymark, the estate agencies’ body, said it was poised to make it a requirement that all sellers disclose poor air-quality ratings.