There are various versions of home ventilation that differ in their technology and functionality. Depending on the construction situation or intended use, you will always find the right ventilation system to achieve the desired result. On this page you can find out about what distinguishes the individual home ventilation and which system meets your personal requirements.
With modern construction or after a renovation, buildings are very airtight. If used indoor air is not regularly exchanged for fresh air, there is a risk of damage due to moisture and mold. Using "OnlineCheck Wohnungslüftung" (Online check residential ventilation), planners, architects and owners of new buildings and well-renovated old buildings can check whether additional ventilation measures are required with just a few clicks.
For buildings that have been built or renovated according to current regulations, only a ventilation system can ensure the required air exchange. In order to not let such a ventilation system become a health risk for the residents of the house, certain requirements for maintenance and plant hygiene must be observed. You will find out everything you need to know on the information portal on "Hygiene in home ventilation"
The desire for a comfortable living space has meant that surface heating / cooling has become increasingly important in space heating / cooling. In addition, the lowest possible energy consumption of the building is important to many building owners. Find out everything here around the topic of surface heating and surface cooling.
Komponenten moderner Heizungstechnik
Heizungsmodernisierung und Förderung
The information campaign "Intelligent heizen" (Heating intelligently) is a service by the Forum for Energy Efficiency in Building Technology (VDZ). The main effort of the campaign is the website of "Intelligent heizen". Building owners will receive up-to-date information on the optimal use of modern and efficient heating and ventilation technology in living areas.
Ausbildung im SHK-Handwerk
Freie Wahl der Heizungstechnik
Already in over 1,000 German cities and municipalities, the free choice of heat generation for builders and homeowners has become extremely limited or no longer possible, trend increasing. The municipalities impose so-called "incineration bans" on heating systems, primarily in new construction areas but also in modernization projects, and issue corresponding "connection constraints" to local and district heating networks. The campaign provides information about the advantages of decentralized heat supply.