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    Planet Green Insulation Offer Whirlybird Ceiling Vents and Windmaster Ventilators

    Planet Green Insulation

    Whirlybird ceiling vents from Planet Green Insulation will extract super heated air and replace it with fresh air, providing an effective cooling solution.

    The three main advantages of installing a whirlybird are:

    • Roof space temperatures can be lowered, reducing the amount of heat radiating into the home.
    • Ducted Air-Conditioning systems operate more effectively with roof space ventilation reducing energy bills.
    • Up to 12 litres of moisture per day is drawn into roof spaces from shower and kitchen fans. This can cause mould and mildew. Adequate roof space ventilation can help maintain a dry atmosphere
    The Windmaster is a 300mm throat aluminum ventilator, which is suitable for use in conjunction with Whirlybird ceiling events and has been specially designed for Australian conditions.

    Unique features and benefits Windmaster ventilators include:

    • Windmaster ventilators use two precision steel bearings located in a patented bottom bearing assembly. This ensures smooth and quiet operation.
    • Windmaster ventilators are the first domestic vents where the bearings can be easily replaced by the homeowner.
    • Windmaster ventilators have a special reinforced dome designed to provide extra resistance against hail.
    • Windmaster ventilators are available in an extensive range of colours including – mill, brown, black, homestead, heritage red, caulfield green, white, mist green, rivergum, beige and slate grey.
    • In independent laboratory tests, Windmaster ventilators withstood wind velocities of 180km/hr and satisfied the international Rain Dynamic Rain Penetration Test.
    • Edmonds offers a lifetime warranty on the body of Windmaster ventilators, for the original installation. A separate 10 year warranty is provided for the bearings, but these are easily replaceable.
    • Windmaster’s “Vari-Pitch” throat and malleable flashing suits all roof types with slopes from zero to 45°.

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