Tessa & Rob Crisp, owners of Let's Pretend, a children's soft play center in Nutfield, Surrey reached out to Better Indoors at the start of the pandemic in 2020 to request improved ventilation performance in recognition of new COVID guidance but also to prevent issues of condensation around the entrance doors and windows during the winter months.
Tessa and Rob were keen to show the Let's Pretend facility was equipped with enhanced health and safety measures by the time lockdown was over so we included the REME Active Air Purification technology in our recommended Active PIV retrofit solution. REME goes beyond the capabilities of increased ventilation, filtration and GUV processes by creating real-time point of emission protections throughout entire indoor spaces which is the most effective and desirable process in the context of preventing COVID transmission. Put simply, this means risk of transmission of viruses, bacteria and other microbials is reduced to virtually nothing. Common outcomes are improved health and wellbeing of occupants, reduced staff absenteeism, drastically reduced acquired infections and improved productivity along with energy efficiency.
REME is a world renowned technology, widely used in millions of applications in over 85 countries. REME is independently tested and proven for safety and efficacy including SARS-CoV-2.
Let's Pretend were delighted with the outcome and were able to safely welcome back customers at the end of lockdown. Further, local MP Claire Coutinho showcased Let's Pretend as a BounceBack business on her Facebook page.