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Improve your homes air quality with ceiling vents

Ceiling vents do more than simply control the cool temperature in a room. The compact vents can also improve air quality and lower your energy costs.

Different types of ceiling vents

Standard vents are mounted in suspended or ‘floating' ceilings, where there is room to accommodate the unit. Standard rectangular vents typically have white mesh backing and snap in fixings. Many vents will lead to a duct that runs throughout the house.

Exhaust fan ceiling vents are designed to remove the moisture in the air. The DC energy efficient ceiling vents have a removable grill and are available in a range of designs and sizes to fit your ceiling space. The low noise exhaust fan ceiling vents also control and eliminate odours.

Ceiling vents with motor-less fans work with natural air pressure and flow. No electrical wiring is required.

The benefits of ceiling vents

One of the main reasons for installing ceiling vents is odour control. In a bathroom, exhaust fan ceiling vents draw out unpleasant odours and allow you to keep the bathroom smelling fresh and well maintained for everyone who uses it.

Hot air rises and cool air sinks. Ceiling vents enable you to control the quality of air in your home, which is particularly important in hot, humid climates when cooling is required.

Humidity control is more easily managed with ceiling vents. Excessive moisture in the air can cause damage to wallpaper and make paint peel. Controlling humidity with a vent also reduces the risk of mould accumulation. If you already have a mould problem, ceiling vents will help to remove the buildup of spores in the air, and this will also slow down the growth rate.

Ceiling vents minimize fumes from cleaning chemicals that can cause a variety of health issues when inhaled. The compact and understated design of most ceiling vents makes them almost unnoticeable.

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