When people surf the internet looking for information that is exactly what they are looking for information. In this instance people would be looking for information regarding roof ventilation. They just do not want to know everything about a certain product and nothing about roof ventilation. They want to know how it is going to work in their roof for roof ventilation for cooling, for drying out the roofspace, does it only work depending on some other product such as eaves vents or ceiling vents to inlet into the roofspace, how well does it work in coordination with those products. People actually want to know how well it works and how good it will work for ventilation in their roof and if there is a product guarantee.

Many homeowners think more or less is better when they are considering roof ventilation in fact that is not always the case. You can have too much ventilation or not enough, the wrong kind or even two different kinds that do not work well together.

So obviously with this information they would be able to decide which is the best roof ventilation system for them or whether it is a system at all or a standalone vent. Of course they would want to know all about the product, they may chose however what is the point of looking into a ventilator on a website that only has information about their own product with nothing on the subject of roof ventilation, with maybe a product catalogue or a news and events button on their website. If the news and events is all about them and nothing about roof ventilation they may tell you how their product moves hot air however they do not tell you how their product actually ventilates the roof space with sensible informed information.

So if you want plenty of real information regarding effective measured roof ventilation.

Check out our website you will see how our ventilators work.

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I just wanted to drop a quick line to say that I have installed the ventilators and I'm very impressed. I installed them myself and it was surprisingly easy. We had roof condensation issues, which were particularly bad this winter, which was causing electrical shorts. A potentially very dangerous situation. I could actually see water droplets and water run marks on the sacking and the trusses were visibly wet.

I installed 9 ventilators (large roof space) and we have had zero issues since. Even on very cold mornings there is no evidence of condensation. The roof trusses are visibly drying out. To be honest, I was a little sceptical at first, but the amount of air flow through the roof space amazed me. Overall I am very happy and have been recommending them to everyone. I'm looking forward to see the difference they make during summer.

Thanks, James