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Posted By: JTGreen(And I get that you gain the heat, but half the year you don't want or need the heat).
Posted By: funcrusherEd Davies : I said you need airtight room.
Posted By: Ed DaviesPosted By: funcrusherEd Davies : I said you need airtight room.Yes, an airtight room is necessary but it's not sufficient. My point was that the airtightness has to be inboard of the insulation - just fixing insulation on the walls of an airtight room would be a problem. Obvious to most but perhaps not all so worth mentioning, I thought.
Posted By: djhIt's a real screamer when it starts spinning
Posted By: djhHmm, a first floor laundry room sounds attractive but our washing machine - chosen for its carbon and energy efficiency - is hardly quiet. It's a real screamer when it starts spinning. So I'd be very nervous about putting it anywhere near the bedrooms.Also I'm hoping that the MVHR will do the job instead of having to add a dehumidifier.
Posted By: MarkBennettOur first floor plant room
Posted By: Chris P BaconPosted By: MarkBennettOur first floor plant roomTanking the room, a high threshold and a floor drain would also be a good idea.
Posted By: funcrusherAnyone positioning a thermal store upstairs should consider floor loadings/strength vary carefully indeed.
Posted By: MarkBennettOur current model (a cheap Electrolux as an emergency buy when our old one failed at a bad time) is also really noisy, with an annoying high pitched whine from the direct drive motor.
I might have to consider some vibration absorbing feet on it though if it does turn out to be too noisy.
Posted By: jwdAny ideas / opinions anyone.
Posted By: jwdI see the shed beckoning!
Posted By: RobL...a suitable MVHR does not collect the latent heat from the air...
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