Vent-A-Roof for sheds is the perfect and most cost-effective roof ventilation solution for residential and light industrial metal sheds
Why is it Important to Ventilate Your Shed
While shed ventilation tends to be an afterthought when considering building a shed, it can be one of the most important elements when it comes to comfort. Ventilation reduces the temperature inside your shed providing you with a more comfortable environment. It also reduces the risk of condensation problems which might affect the quality of the air as well as the integrity of the items stored in it. If there’s too much moisture in your shed due to stagnant air, mould can begin to grow and possibly deteriorate the belongings and equipment stored here.
Talk to us about how Vent-A-Roof for Sheds can help combat the effects of poor ventilation in your new or existing shed.
Benefits of Vent-A-Roof® For Your Metal Shed
Besides improving the airflow, shed ventilation with Vent-A-Roof® helps balance the air temperature inside your shed bringing the interior temperatures closer to the external ambient temperature. Which in turn gives you a more comfortable experience inside your shed and improves energy efficiency (if cooling/heating systems are used inside the shed). With the innovative Vent-A-Roof® system, there’s no need for whirlybirds, no moving parts that create noise and no need to penetrate the roof. Which minimises the possibility of water leaks when installed properly.
No Maintenance Required
Our system is a cost-effective, set-and-forget shed ventilation solution that once installed, doesn’t require any maintenance or special considerations during weather events. This is due to it being BAL and cyclone rated for all categories in Australia.
Vent-A-Roof® will ventilate your shed 24/7, which is why eave vents that create constant airflow make the system more effective. However, Vent-A-Roof® will work with the air coming into the shed through windows and doors.
Not out of the box, however there are architectural solutions to this if desired – contact us to discuss your options. However, we recommend venting in winter regardless to keep the air quality high and the condensation low.