Our Ventilation Solutions
We can offer advice and complete installation of ventilation solutions for commercial, residential and industrial buildings; increasing energy efficiency and comfort. With a wide range of ventilation products available to suit your individual needs each solution works to reduce heat build- up and manage condensation within roof spaces and living areas.
The Solatube Solar Star Solar Powered Roof Ventilation Systems are one of the best ventilation products on the market, equalling the power of 15 traditional whirlybird wind vents and reducing heat build-up, moisture, mould and many other problems associated with poor roof ventilation.
The Solar Star Roof Ventilation System draws hot air and moisture out of the roof space and discharges it to the exterior. A Thermostat is an additional accessory also available.
Installed in under 30 minutes, they come with a 5 year warranty on the solar panel and motor and a 10 year warranty on all other parts. Outperforms ordinary wind vents! Click here to learn more.
The Solatube Enviromax range of ventilation have both Mechanical Double and Single Caps and Static Cap options that are designed to reduce heat, protect insulation by reducing moisture and removing steam, as well as reducing heating and cooling costs. Click here to learn more.
Edmonds Wind Driven Turbines
Wind driven, roof mounted, either aluminium or polymer based ventilators designed to exhaust heat & moisture from the roof space of a home, without the use of electrical energy.
Edmonds wind driven turbine ventilators are designed to exhaust heat and moisture from the roof space of a home, without the use or electrical energy. They come with a 15 year warranty for long lasting peace of mind and comfort in your home.
Ceiling fixtures can be used to connect ducting to roof mounted ventilators for the effective removal of hot, stuffy, stale or damp air from living areas. With closable options available; in summer the unit can be opened to allow heat from the living area into the roof space, and in winter it can be closed to retain warmth. Click here to learn more.