The build up of high levels of condensation in the roof space is a big problem that builders need to address. A combination of central heating, double glazing and insulation can cause a temperature differential between living space and the cold air outside. Warm air, carrying high levels of water vapour, is drawn by a process of convection to cold areas of the building including the roof void. If there is insufficient ventilation the water vapour condenses, leading to rotting timbers, the rusting of metal fixtures, felt damage and mould growth.
To combat this problem, we offer a range of quality roof ventilation products which are suitable for new build and refurbishment situations.
|A range of of in-line tile ventilators are designed to provide
simple solution to the problems of roofspace ventilation
and mechanical extraction through a large format concrete
|Alpha Slate Vents are an unobtrusive, economical roof
ventilator providing 10,000mm² of air flow per unit.
Vents available for new build and retro fit details.
|Designed for use with the Slate and Tile Vents, the GRPA
Flexible Pipe range provides an economical, quick and
effective connection to standard 4" soil pipes and
|Over Fascia Vent|
|A slim line over fascia ventilator ensures a flow of air into
the roof space between the felt and the fascia board.
10,000mm² and 25,000mm² versions available.
|The Continuous Soffit Ventilators are designed for use
with a traditional fascia board to provide roof ventilation.
Ventilation solutions available various soffit details.
|The Flash Vent is a simple one piece roll-out, easy fit
sheet that provides weather-tight ventilation for
abutment roof details with a continuous 5mm² of airflow.
|Felt Lap vent|
|The Felt Lap Vent. A refurbishment product designed to
increase the amount of ventilation into existing roof spaces.
|Roll Panel Vent|
|The Eaves Panel Vents. Designed to maintain a flow of air
to the roof space from outside, thereby allowing the
escape of built-up moisture.
|Eaves Panel Vent|
|The Panel Vents.Designed to maintain a flow of air to the
roof space from outside, thereby allowing the escape of