Posts Tagged ‘conservation vents’

Using a conservation vent as a drain outlet on a period cottage, North Devon Wall

Improving Exteriors in Conservation Areas

Rainwater from down pipes used to emit from an open drainpipe on this old wall. It looked a real mess but what other alternative was there? Now, the pipe is finished off with a cast iron conservation 4 or 5 inch cowl, it looks neat, tidy and in keeping with this period cottage, North Devon […]

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Cast Iron Air Bricks vs Clay Air Bricks

Cast Iron Air Bricks vs Clay Air Bricks  In the photograph above we’re comparing our GRID6 9×6 air brick with a similar sized clay air brick. If we take, for example, the corresponding 9×6 clay air brick in the photograph top right (middle of the 3 air bricks shown in buff) and compare the free air […]

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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) […]