Roof Ventilation

Since installing a Solar Star Roof Vent, the temp in the roof cavity has dropped by 15 degrees and the house temp is also several degrees cooler. This has reduced the need for air-con, saving us on our electricity bills. We would thoroughly recommend this product as the house now maintains 5-6 degrees below outside temperature.

D & M Skinner

Our roof ventilation systems extract the hot air from your roof space to create a cooler and more comfortable home.  An inexpensive way to reduce the need for air-conditioning and an absolute must for homes exposed to the long hot Queensland summer.

  • Passive - Wind Turbine

    The familiar wind turbine is an inexpensive and energy efficient option for ventilating a roof space. Designed to harness even the slightest breeze to help remove hot air, and with replaceable bearings to ensure that your turbine will never stop spinning.

  • Active - Motor Vent

    Add a fan with exhast capacity of up to 300 litres per second to actively suck the hot air out of your roof space. These fans have the capacity of up to 5 wind turbines

  • Passive - Static Cap

    The simplest and cheapest way to release hot air from your roof cavity

  • Active - Thermostatically Controlled Vent

    The optimal solution for roof ventilation. These systems use a thermostat to monitor the temperature in your roof space and operate your fan accordingly. The result is the most efficient and effective roof ventilation system on the market.