In a house on stilts, is it possible to install a controlled mechanical ventilation system in an insulated compartment under the building? In this case, will suction be done correctly from top to bottom?
One can in theory install without difficulty a VMC in the lower part of a house. Nevertheless, the area concerned must be thermally insulated in order toavoid the risk of condensation and stagnation of condensate. Ideally, it must be possible to evacuate these, via low points on each sheath. Each low point must be equipped with a siphon and an evacuation system.
It remains to question the utility of such a device, the natural ventilation of the lower part of a house on stilts being normally sufficient.
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