Sunsquare Aero Ventilation
For projects requiring enhanced levels of natural daylight into interiors, as well as ventilation, Sunsquare’s Aero Electric Ventilation rooflights tick all of the right boxes. With the traditional look and feel of a flat roof skylight, the Aero Vent also has an extra dimension in that it can open and close electronically to provide fresh air for living and working areas below whenever necessary.
The Aero Vent is part of the full Sunsquare product range that is Kitemarked by the rigorous testing of the British Standards Institution (BSI), benchmarked for its performance against extreme wind loading, weather tightness and air permeability.
The design innovation surrounding the Aero Vent has been recognised by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) which aims to improve the built environment. Sunsquare has an exhibition space at the BRE Innovation Park in Watford, where the Aero Vent is demonstrated.
The Aero Vent is popular for both residential and commercial projects due to its impressive thermal and practical performance. Its thermal breaks stop outside temperatures from influencing the rooflight and the quality concealed opening mechanisms and chain-driven actuators work seamlessly. The Aero Vent can also be paired with a host of intuitive tech accessories to enhance the value of your new opening rooflight. For instance, a rain sensor can be used to trigger the closing of your rooflight in wet weather conditions.
Alongside the Aero Ventilation rooflight, Sunsquare also offers an Aero Access rooflight, which gives property owners direct access to their roof, as well as abundant natural daylight. This is particularly useful for those wishing to create spectacular roof terraces, for example. Meanwhile the Horizon Walk-on rooflight range can be installed onto roof terraces to flood natural light into interiors below whilst being supremely safe enough to be walked upon. The Horizon Walk-on range also extends to fire-rated internal rooflights that can be installed in corridors for homes and workplaces, filtering natural light into rooms below such as basements and cellars, breathing new life into previously uninhabitable environments.