conservation-vent-before-and-after

Conservation Vents – Before and After

Our cast iron Conservation vents are known as conservation vents for a reason. They’re ideal for use in conservation areas and especially suited to installation on listed buildings*. They can be used for outlets for extracted air from tumble dryers or fan outlets from bathrooms, kitchens and hobs or to supply air (up to 8000mm2) into a property for combustion appliances such as log burners and boilers. They are available in two spigot sizes either 4″, 100mm (7200mm2) or 5″, 125mm (8000mm2) diameters.

The picture before and after (attached) illustrates just what an impact our vents have in improving the look of ventilation outlets. Although especially suited to brick properties, our CON4 installed on this very tricky slatted wooden wall looks fantastic.

See more on the Conservation Cowled vent here

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