For nearly two decades DVS® have been making New Zealand homes healthier and more comfortable with their superior home ventilation systems. Proud to have the longest heritage in the in-home ventilation business, DVS are a trusted name within the industry, with products designed for New Zealand conditions.
Many homes in New Zealand suffer from excess moisture due to poor ventilation, leading to condensation and the growth of mould, mildew and dust mites. Ventilating a home with fresher, drier air using a DVS system vastly improves the quality of the air within the home, reduces moisture and condensation and gets rid of odours. Asthma New Zealand has also officially recognised DVS ventilation systems help reduce symptoms of asthma and other respiratory illness.
The team at DVS consider every case individually because they know that Kiwis have a wide-ranging variety of needs. Whatever the home environment problem, DVS has a hassle-free solution. DVS consultants are experts trained on the full range of home comfort solutions from ventilation to heating and cooling.
A DVS home ventilation system has been proven to either completely banish or greatly reduce condensation and dampness problems in a wide range of home types and locations throughout New Zealand. The DVS system is also the only positive pressure home ventilation system to hold a valid Appraisal Certificate from the Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ). This means Kiwis can be confident their DVS has been independently tested and proven to do what we say it will do.
DVS also offer nationwide capability for installation and servicing and can offer customers a 5 year, on site, parts and labour warranty.
A DVS ventilation system only costs about eight cents a day to run and, because a dry home is much more efficient to heat, New Zealanders can actually save money on heating costs too.
With more than 90,000 installations nationwide, DVS has the products, knowledge and experience to make a home a healthy one. Kiwis know they can trust DVS – the heart of a healthy home.
Page last updated: 19 Oct 2017