Indoor Pool Ventilation

Indoor pools generate a lot of chlorine-laden water vapour, which can make the environment around the pool muggy and stale. Swimmers come to these establishments to relax, but an uncomfortably humid environment can put a damper on anyone’s enthusiasm. At Climacool Air Conditioning, we have installed and actively maintain several indoor pool ventilation systems. Our experts understand how they work and what needs to be done to maintain a pleasant atmosphere around a pool.

Why Do You Need Ventilation?

The water in indoor pools evaporates, and water vapor saturates all areas around it. Modern energy-efficient buildings are relatively air-tight, which means this vapour can’t escape easily.

This trapped vapour doesn’t just make your visitors uncomfortable, but it can also cause serious harm to your property. Rust, blistering paint, deteriorating structural supports, and several other issues can develop in such a humid environment.

That’s why you need an excellent indoor pool ventilation system.

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Installing and Maintaining an Indoor Pool Ventilation System

A ventilation unit draws the humid air away from the pool area and channels it outdoors. This creates a slightly depressurized environment, which attracts fresh air. An indoor pool unit is a component of a complex system that maintains a stable atmosphere in the area. It works with air conditioning, exhaust, and air make-up ducts to get the desired results.

As experienced professionals, we know how to assess a property, determine what kind of ventilation it needs, and then install a reliable system.

Our team will consider factors like pool size, area size, location, foot traffic, etc. before creating a plan. We will recommend reliable brands and install all appliances according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

If you want to know more about indoor pool ventilation, reach out to us at Climacool Air Conditioning. You can use our contact form or call 1300 379 334.

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