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Effective ventilation is an important way to create a more comfortable, energy efficient and healthier home. Removing heat in summer, controlling moisture & encouraging fresh air into your home will help create a better environment for your family.
A well designed building ventilation system will contribute to improved productivity and a safer work environment. Adequate ventilation means stale, polluted or uncomfortably hot air is exchanged with fresh, external air, improving the quality and comfort of the internal environment for building occupants. It can also help reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions.
The Maestro is a powered roof mounted axial fan ventilator that can be powered directly for continuous extraction of moist air or can be connected to the supplied thermostat. The Thermostat can be located either within the room or placed in the roof space allowing the unit to automatically respond to either the roof space or room temperature.
Super Vent

Bradford Ventilation’s SupaVent is a wind driven turbine ventilator designed to exhaust heat and moisture from the roof space of a home, without the use or electrical energy. Constructed from light-weight, high quality polymer, it comes with a 15 year warranty for long lasting peace of mind and comfort in your home.

Available in a range of 17 colours to suit most metal and tile roofs.


Ventilation is simply the process of replacing stale, hot air with clean, fresh air. This process makes your life more comfortable in three ways:

1. A more comfortable summer. Windmaster extracts super heated attic air enabling it to be replaced by fresh air through tiles or under eave vents. Roof space temperatures can be reduced from 60°C to 45°C, in turn, reducing the amount of heat radiating into the home.
2. Lower energy bills. Ducted air conditioning systems operate far more efficiently with roof space ventilation.
3. Less roof space moisture. Up to 12 litres of moisture per day is drawn into roof spaces from shower and kitchen fans. This can cause mould and mildew