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Roof Ventilation System Companies in the UK

  • Gebhardt is a leading European fan manufacturer producing smoke, duct and contemporary roof extraction fans for heating and ventilating and air...

  • Vortice is a European market leader in ventilation, air conditioning, air cleaning and heating systems. In recent years our product development has...

  • Flakt Woods specialises in the supply of energy-efficient air solutions for the ventilation and air treatment of buildings and air movement solutions for...

  • Howells Patent Glazing manufacture patent glazing, rooflights, skylights, roof vents & canopies which are mainly, but not exclusively, supplied to the...

  • Metrotile UK supply lightweight steel roofing systems to the UK and Ireland and our systems and accessories can be seen upon rooftops in over 60 countries...

  • We manufacture the widest range of clay roof tile colours, and offer solutions for new and self-build projects as well as for re-roofing and...

  • Keymer Tiles Ltd
    Keymer, has been synonymous with the manufacture of quality roofing products since 1588. Utilising the natural clay found in the Kent and Sussex Weald, Keymer, produce hand made clay roofing tiles which embellish the country’s most prestigious buildings.
  • McKenzie-Martin Ltd
    Specialises in the manufacture and supply of a large range of ventilators, louvres and rooflights.
  • LapVent
    lapVent is a do-It-all roof space ventilation system with a multitude of unmatched features : universal, invisible, none load-bearing, unexposed, storm-proof. It is suitable for most types of unsealed pitched roofs and for the majority of situations.
  • Tegral Building Products Ltd
    Tegral are manufacturers and suppliers of roofing and cladding materials. Our full range of products include fibrecement slates, natural slates & clay tiles. We also offer high performance building boards for interior or exterior use as well as metal roofing & cladding. Our structural products include flat roof decking, purlins and our Comflor composite flooring and Tegframe light framing system.
  • Marley Eternit Ltd
    Marley Eternit Ltd are a leading provider of roofing and cladding solutions. For roofing we offer a wide range of tiles & slates, from the more traditional clay tiles to modern fibre cement slates & concrete tiles. Our fibre cement cladding is available in a variety of colours, textures & finishes. We also supply fibre cement profiled sheeting products and a range of fibre cement building boards.
  • Harcon
    Offers a complete roof vent solution to all roof condensation risks.
 

Where to buy roof ventilation systems

  • Nicotra Gebhardt - Unit D, Parkgate Business Park, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S62 6JQ, 01709 780760
  • Vortice Limited - Beeches House, Eastern Avenue, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 0BB, 01283 492949
  • Flakt Woods Ltd - Head Office, Axial Way, Colchester, Essex, CO4 5ZD, 01206 222555
  • Howells Patent Glazing Ltd - Triton Works, Woods Lane, Cradley Heath, Warley, West Midlands, B64 7AN, 01384 820060
  • Metrotile UK Ltd - Unit 3, Sheldon Business Park, Sheldon Corner, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 0RQ, 01249 658514
  • Dreadnought Tiles - Hinton Perry & Davenhill Ltd, Dreadnought Works, Pensnet, Brierley Hill, West Midlands, DY5 4TH, 01384 77405

I need to connect an existing 100mm ducting to a roof tile vent with water trap.

I have built an extension so cannot vent through a wall now. It is for an existing cooker extractor which I have re-routed through the ceiling into the loft space ready for the above.

A 100mm plastic pipe protrudes through the ceiling by 50mm at the moment and of course not used currently. Please could you recommend parts needed to achieve this and possible costings. Tiles are a wavy type and I assume I can get a replacement tile with a mushroom vent?

I would not recommend the arrangement you describe as it is unlikely the fan from the cooker hood will be adequate.

My best advice would be to go back to the supplier of the extractor hood and seek advice.

The roof tile terminals you refer to are generally used for bathroom and wc extract fans using a flexible duct - these are widely available from larger builders merchants to suit common roof tile profiles. There is a list of builders merchants in your area on this website (the green tab at the top of this page called Merchants and Wholesalers).

I hope that helps,

Leigh Tugwood - Architect - www.ap-studio.co.uk

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