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Ventilation Design Service
A professionally designed plan is important to ensure your ventilation system is fit for purpose
If you are going to invest in a ventilation or central vacuum system you want to know that it is going to do what it is supposed to do, so getting the ventilation design carried out by a specialist company, such as BPC, is a worthwhile move even if you fit the system yourself or your own preferred company for the installation of the system.
We use our own in-house professionally trained CAD technicians and although this is a more expensive option than using foreign outsourced companies like our competitors it reduces overall cost with better selection of materials, a superior design and is overseen with our in-house technical and sales departments.
BPC can provide in-house design services for
- Heat recovery systems
- Demand controlled ventilation
- Extraction systems
- Positive ventilation
- Central Vacuum Systems
- Small commercial systems
BPC have extensive design experience in new-build and refurbishment projects including all types and sizes of Residential homes, Offices and small commercial applications.
Cost of our MVHR and Central vacuum Design service
All pre-purchased MVHR ventilation systems and Central Vacuum Systems include the design service.
(Un-purchased systems may require a small Design retainer).
MEV and PIV system design may require an additional fee.
What will I expect?
We can accept plans in almost any format and when complete all plans will
- Clearly note all valve locations
- Size of ductwork
- Available in both CAD and PDF format
All required parts and proposed suitable options of ventilation units will be provided on the separate quotation.
Send Your Plans to us for a FREE estimate and receive a detailed list of suitable systems including a list of required materials.
Requirement for a MVHR design before purchase?
When designing a new home, we know that sometimes to get it signed off with the local council or building control it is important to see the ventilation design and specification included with the application.
To meet this need, BPC offers a complete bespoke in-house system design service so that you can benefit from our expertise in designing ventilation systems before anything is agreed. There is a small retainer charge to cover administration, but if you do proceed with any system with BPC the fee will be discounted from your final invoice.
Cost of a professional in-house design to a domestic house is from just £100 +vat with up to 2 amendments (the fee will be discounted from your final invoice).
Who does the design?
BPC employ many professional CAD designers trained in ventilation systems that work in-house with our quantity surveyors and technical support personnel to ensure you are provided with a bespoke solution that will ultimately provide a quiet and efficient system.
To maintain our own very high levels of quality design and unlike most of other ventilation company’s. It is very rare that any of our work is outsourced to any other company.
What is The Normal Process?
- Send us your plans in any format
- We will contact you to discuss project
- We will provide a free estimate with list of suitable systems
- Our team can also provide you with a free location guide of where to place the ventilation valves and how many pipes will run to them
- For a more in-depth design, our team can provide a full CAD design showing all duct runs that would normally involve a minimum system deposit
- Plan and final material list are agreed
- System is delivered to site
Design Requirement for system quotations?
Comparing quotes for a ventilation system can be a minefield as often the systems being quoted for are not comparable and it can be difficult to decipher where the differences lie. One way to overcome this is to get the design done by BPC, so ensuring that all suppliers are quoting on the same design offering a true cost comparison.
Some systems may have a small retainer for this service, but the client can be confident that the design they are using if followed, will offer a quiet and efficient system.