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A Study on the Usage Status and Satisfaction of the Ventilation System installed in Apartment Houses
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Usage Status and Satisfaction of the Ventilation System installed in Apartment Houses
Ju, Jung-Hoon; Park, Jin-Chul; Jeon, Young-Hoon; Kim, Dong-Young;
 
 Abstract
In this study, the usage status and satisfaction of the ventilation system installed in apartment houses of Seoul were investigated for 200 households. The summary of that study result is shown as follows: In the survey, approximately more than 20% of the residents in apartment houses were not aware of the installation of the ventilation system. Meanwhile, even in the residents who were aware that the ventilation system is installed, approximately more than 35% answered that they were not using it at all. The reason was their ignorance about how to use the ventilation system. Also, it showed that approximately more than 75% of the residents didn't perform maintenance of the ventilation system such as cleaning, etc. Besides, in order to enhance the ventilation system in apartment houses, preparation of manuals about usage, and cleaning method (37.58%), and publicity and instruction on the ventilation system in moving in (29.3%) are necessary. On the analysis of satisfaction on the ventilation system, age, gender, period of residence, and number of residence were found to be irrelevant to the characteristics of the respondents. Also, the respondents answered that the difference in each ventilation system such as ceiling & floor type was irrelevant to the satisfaction. For the ventilation system improvement criteria, maintenance (filtering and cleaning, 46.88%) and cleanliness (21.88%) were found to be priority.
 Keywords
Apartment Houses;Ventilation System(Ceiling & Floor Type);Usage status & Satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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