Ren­o­vat­ing a bed­room is a task of par­tic­u­lar impor­tance. After all, unlike oth­er rooms, here we relax after a hard day. There­fore, the whole sit­u­a­tion should con­tribute to the fact that the rest was as com­fort­able as pos­si­ble.

When choos­ing the future design of the bed­room, you need to con­sid­er many nuances. For exam­ple, the use of var­ie­gat­ed col­ors is not rec­om­mend­ed in this room. All shades should be soft, pas­tel, relax­ing. After all, col­or affects not only the atmos­phere in the house, but also the well-being of a per­son. And to dilute this “bor­ing” and monot­o­nous-look­ing inte­ri­or, they use styl­ish col­ored details. Or they buy orig­i­nal dec­o­ra­tive tri­fles of an unusu­al shape.

When choosing the future design of the bedroom, you need to consider many nuances.

Every­one knows about all these nuances. And if he doesn’t know, then he hires a design­er who devel­ops a design project tak­ing into account all the lit­tle things. Although not all. In prac­tice, quite impor­tant details are often over­looked. Even design­ers, although they are sup­posed to know about it.

Bedroom renovation is a task of particular importance

What is usu­al­ly tak­en into account when ren­o­vat­ing bed­rooms? Mate­r­i­al for fin­ish­ing walls, floors, ceil­ings, col­ors. They also select appro­pri­ate fur­ni­ture and styl­ish dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments. Yes, that’s right, it direct­ly affects the lev­el of com­fort. But for some rea­son they for­get about anoth­er, no less impor­tant point — the micro­cli­mate.

Agree, a lot depends on him too. If you breathe dusty stuffy air, then your health will not be impor­tant. And health too. And in apart­ments and pri­vate hous­es, the micro­cli­mate leaves much to be desired. And some­thing needs to be done about it.

For­tu­nate­ly, the mar­ket today offers many ways to solve this prob­lem. Both air puri­fiers, such as Prana Air Clean­er Pro, as well as split sys­tems, humid­i­fiers, etc. are offered. And below we will con­sid­er the 3 most effec­tive options for cre­at­ing a com­fort­able micro­cli­mate.

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Prana Air Clean­er Pro Air Puri­fi­er


In stock


Clean­ing area, m²:
51–60 |


Effi­cient clean­ing:
from aller­gens, from virus­es and bac­te­ria, from odors, from pollen, from dust, from tox­ins, from tobac­co smoke, from formalde­hyde, from ani­mal hair |

Bedroom renovation ideas

Installation of the ventilation system

How are you doing with the nat­ur­al ven­ti­la­tion in the bed­room? Prob­a­bly so-so, right? Espe­cial­ly if there are sealed plas­tic win­dows in the room. As a result, there is no air cir­cu­la­tion and close. The only thing that can be done in such a sit­u­a­tion is to open the win­dows for ven­ti­la­tion. True, it often does not work out, since we usu­al­ly come home only in the evening. And in a cou­ple of hours the micro­cli­mate in the bed­room will not get bet­ter.

Installation of the ventilation system

Here you need to take dras­tic mea­sures. To be more pre­cise, install a forced ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem. And which one — choose for your­self, since there are dif­fer­ent options to choose from:

  • house­hold fans;
  • ven­ti­la­tors;
  • house­hold recu­per­a­tors.

To make this task eas­i­er for you, let’s take a quick look at each of these solu­tions.

Household fans

Household fans

House­hold fans are the eas­i­est and most afford­able option for cre­at­ing a com­fort­able micro­cli­mate in the bed­room. But very effec­tive. More­over, there are dif­fer­ent mod­els with cer­tain func­tion­al­i­ty to choose from:

  1. Exhaust. By the name it is already clear that they work on the prin­ci­ple of hood. That is, remove the air from the room. And at the same time and nor­mal­ize the lev­el of humid­i­ty. They dif­fer in low noise lev­el, which is very impor­tant for the bed­room. Yes, and they also con­sume a lit­tle ener­gy, so you won’t have to over­pay for light.
  2. Chan­nel. Com­pared to the pre­vi­ous ver­sion, these mod­els win in terms of per­for­mance, there­fore they are used for large bed­rooms. That is, in pri­vate hous­es and cot­tages. In shape, they are round, square, rec­tan­gu­lar, which pro­vides com­plete free­dom of choice in this regard.
  3. Sup­ply and exhaust. This is a com­plete ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem. These devices not only remove dirty air, but also sup­ply clean, fresh air direct­ly from the street. They work 24/7 — even with the win­dows closed. With such a fan, relax­ing in the bed­room is a plea­sure.

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The price of a house­hold fan direct­ly depends on its func­tion­al­i­ty. The cheap­est are exhaust mod­els, and the most expen­sive are sup­ply and exhaust mod­els. But even the lat­ter option is still quite afford­able when com­pared with oth­er ven­ti­la­tion sys­tems.

The price of a household fan directly depends on its functionality.

Ventilators

The ven­ti­la­tor is a sup­ply valve. By the name it is already clear that he is respon­si­ble for sup­ply­ing fresh air to the room. Even­tu­al­ly:

  • a reg­u­lar sup­ply of oxy­gen is pro­vid­ed;
  • humid­i­ty is reg­u­lat­ed;
  • heat is retained (cold air is mixed with warm air, and the tem­per­a­ture in the room remains the same).

And all this is done behind closed win­dows.

Ventilators

Ven­ti­la­tors also come in 2 types: wall and win­dow. The first are mount­ed in the wall, and the sec­ond — in the win­dow frame. The most pop­u­lar is the win­dow ven­ti­la­tor, as it is unob­tru­sive, easy to install, does not dis­turb sound insu­la­tion and pre­vents drafts (air flow is fed upwards). Yes, and it is rel­a­tive­ly inex­pen­sive.

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Household recuperators

House­hold recu­per­a­tors are the most effec­tive solu­tion for orga­niz­ing a forced ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem. They belong to the sup­ply and exhaust devices, there­fore they are able to both remove pol­lut­ed air from the bed­room and sup­ply fresh air from the street. More­over, at any time of the year (win­ter or sum­mer), since the win­dows do not need to be opened for this.

Household recuperators

The house­hold heat exchang­er is char­ac­ter­ized by min­i­mal ener­gy con­sump­tion and is qui­et. On aver­age, it oper­ates at a noise lev­el of 20 to 39 dB. And for the human ear, the norm is 35 dB. That is, a house­hold recu­per­a­tor is great for a bed­room, as it will not inter­fere even at night.

The only caveat is its instal­la­tion. First­ly, in this case, you need to drill the wall with spe­cial equip­ment. Sec­ond­ly, it is desir­able to do this dur­ing repair work. It is pos­si­ble after — but then you have to hide the hole that is made for mount­ing the drilling rig.

Instal­la­tion of a domes­tic heat exchang­er is not an easy task, since it requires expe­ri­ence, skills, and a cer­tain skill. There­fore, we rec­om­mend dia­mond drilling a hole in the wall, and entrust the instal­la­tion itself to pro­fes­sion­als. So you are guar­an­teed to avoid unnec­es­sary prob­lems.

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Heat exchang­er Blauberg Ven­to Expert Plus WiFi


In stock


Area, m²:
11–20 |


Fil­ter class:
F8 (option), G3 |


Wall thick­ness from, mm:
250 |


Instal­la­tion of an exter­nal grille:
from the premis­es |


Heat exchang­er mate­r­i­al:
ceram­ics |


Wall mod­ule diam­e­ter, mm:
160 |


Heat recov­ery effi­cien­cy, %:
82, 90, 97 |

Installation of a domestic heat exchanger

Installation of the air conditioning system

When the ven­ti­la­tion issue is resolved, you can move on to the next one. Name­ly — to the instal­la­tion of the air con­di­tion­ing sys­tem.

In prin­ci­ple, it can be installed when the repair in the bed­room is already com­plet­ed. Although it is desir­able to pre­pare the place before instal­la­tion before the end of the repair work.

Installation of the air conditioning system

But the fact that air con­di­tion­ing in the bed­room is need­ed is not even dis­cussed. Of course, you can do with­out it. But in favor of buy­ing an air con­di­tion­er, there are sev­er­al facts:

  1. Avail­abil­i­ty. Any­one can afford air con­di­tion­ing. After all, today it is avail­able to every­one. Yes, and a wide range of mod­els is offered to choose from, and no one both­ers to choose the sim­plest and cheap­est.
  2. Effi­cien­cy. Air con­di­tion­ing is very help­ful in the most crit­i­cal sit­u­a­tions. For exam­ple, in the sum­mer, when every­one suf­fers from the heat, your bed­room will be cool and com­fort­able. And in the off-sea­son, when the heat­ing bat­ter­ies do not heat, it is warm and cozy. And this is impor­tant both for relax­ing in the bed­room (read­ing a book, watch­ing TV), and for a good sleep.
  3. Auto­mat­ic work. Many air con­di­tion­ers sup­port Night Mode. They are left on at night and they auto­mat­i­cal­ly main­tain a com­fort­able micro­cli­mate. More­over, the air con­di­tion­ers are much qui­eter than dur­ing the day, and do not dis­turb your sleep.

It may seem strange, but even if you order a turnkey bed­room ren­o­va­tion, you are unlike­ly to be told about the need to install cli­mate con­trol equip­ment. Prob­a­bly, it is con­sid­ered that this is a per­son­al mat­ter for every­one. Or the builders are silent about it, because they do not install air con­di­tion­ers and do not receive any ben­e­fits.

Maybe so, but it is desir­able to put it in the bed­room. We rec­om­mend look­ing at silent air con­di­tion­ers, as there should be com­plete silence in this room.

We recommend to look closely at silent air conditioners

And don’t lim­it your­self to the cheap mod­el. It is bet­ter to take a more func­tion­al solu­tion, which, in addi­tion to Night Mode, also sup­ports oth­er use­ful options. For exam­ple, dehu­mid­i­fi­ca­tion, humid­i­fi­ca­tion or air purifi­ca­tion, Wi-Fi con­trol, a week­ly timer (so that you can set the air con­di­tion­er to work 7 days in advance), etc. You can pay extra for com­fort, right? Espe­cial­ly if it real­ly sim­pli­fies the oper­a­tion of cli­mate tech­nol­o­gy.

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Air con­di­tion­er split sys­tem Gree Smart GWH09QB-K3DNB6G


In stock


fre­on type:
R‑410A |


Area, m²:
21–27 |


Com­pres­sor type:
invert­er |


Indoor unit type:
wall |


Heat­ing pow­er, kW:
2.80 |


Cool­ing pow­er, kW:
2.60 |


Min. heat­ing tem­per­a­ture, °C:
-twen­ty |

Heating system installation

Heating system installation

And the last nuance that many peo­ple for­get about is the heat­ing sys­tem. It is believed that there are no prob­lems with this in apart­ments, except for the fact that the bat­ter­ies are turned on strict­ly accord­ing to the sched­ule. But in prac­tice, you often have to freeze before the start of the heat­ing sea­son (when it is already cold out­side) and after it ends (when it is still cold out­side). This is where heaters come in handy. Which one to buy — elec­tric, oil, gas — every­one choos­es for him­self. The main thing is that the bed­room should always have a device that can be turned on for heat­ing at any time.

The main thing is that the bedroom should always have a device that can be turned on for heating at any time.

As for pri­vate hous­es and cot­tages, here the own­ers them­selves should already think about heat­ing. If an elec­tric or gas boil­er is usu­al­ly tak­en to heat the entire hous­ing, then an elec­tric fire­place can be installed in the bed­room. As a result, it will not only heat the air in the room, but also delight you with its appear­ance. The fire­place in the bed­room always looks styl­ish and orig­i­nal. And the room itself looks com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent when such an inno­va­tion appears in its cen­ter.

Do your bedroom renovation the right way!

You can make repairs in the bed­room both on your own and by con­tact­ing any con­struc­tion com­pa­ny in Kyiv. The main thing, in addi­tion to all the stan­dard nuances, do not for­get about 3 things: the ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem, the air con­di­tion­ing sys­tem and the heat­ing sys­tem.

Do your bedroom renovation the right way!

Yes, you can do with­out them, but then there will be no ques­tion of com­fort. Do you want to cre­ate a cozy nest for good rest and sleep? Then take care of cre­at­ing a com­fort­able micro­cli­mate in the bed­room. After all, a lot depends on it.

Since con­struc­tion com­pa­nies do not install either air con­di­tion­ers or ven­ti­la­tion sys­tems, you can con­tact our com­pa­ny Ven­con in Kyiv for this. We take care of all engi­neer­ing solu­tions, you just have to accept the fin­ished work.

You can also buy an air con­di­tion­er, a suit­able fan, as well as a heater or a fire­place in our com­pa­ny. If you do not under­stand this issue — do not wor­ry. Our con­sul­tants will come to the res­cue and help you choose the right solu­tion to cre­ate a com­fort­able micro­cli­mate in your bed­room.


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