If a building uses a suspended ground floor, it is important to provide ventilation into the underfloor void. This prevents condensation, removes stagnant air and is particularly important in areas where radon or methane gas may pose a problem. Ventilation is important regardless of whether the suspended floor is block and beam or traditional joist and board construction. The ideal method for providing ventilation is to use an underfloor ventilator and airbrick.
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