Roof ventilation terminals – not just for commercial buildings…
While roof ventilation terminals are most often seen on commercial buildings, schools and public buildings, there’s no reason why they can’t be used on domestic dwellings.
Here is one such example, where Passivent’s Airstract ventilation units are installed on a development of houses and bungalows for a social housing provider in Scotland. The terminals provide natural ventilation using natural forces to move the air out of the building. Traditional terminals were chosen to fit the architecture of the dwellings.
Passivent offers a range of roof ventilation terminals with different design options suitable for when a sustainable, low energy natural ventilation strategy is required.
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