Do Whirlybirds Really Work?

It is quite a dilemma when the days are getting hotter, but the cost of electricity is also getting higher. But the good news is that you are researching about whether whirlybirds really work.

But first.

If things were simpler, the easy solution to coping with intense summer days in your family home would be to crank the air-conditioner onto maximum power and enjoy the refreshing blast of chilled air.

But sadly, those days are gone, unless you are filthy rich.

Forget about the environmental considerations, the mere cost of electricity, which is skyrocketing, is enough to motivate thousands of Australian households to research alternative ways of keeping your house cool without breaking the bank.

If you are in the middle of this process, maybe you have already tried aluminium foil on the windows, using fans instead of air-conditioning and drinking cool drinks.

But that is still not getting to the root cause of the problem.

Think about this, why is your house heating up like a camp oven?

Is the main source of heat coming in through your windows? If you are in an apartment, yes, the heat is coming in through your windows.

But if you are in a typical suburban house, the answer is right above you.

Your roof is the main cause of radiated heat.

That scorching sun is belting down on your tiled, metal or concrete roof. The result is that your home feels like an incinerator.

Acting as a heat sink, all of the air in your roof cavity can reach up to 80 degrees Celsius. This heat then radiates through your ceiling and mercilessly heats up your living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms.

Interestingly, this is also the reason why your air-conditioner has to fight so hard on those blisteringly hot days. It is working with a hand tied behind it’s back. While it is doing it’s best to provide some kind mercy, your roof cavity is fighting against it.

This is why you have ended up here. Researching whirlybirds and trying to figure out if they really work and whether they are worth investing in.

So, to help you to make an informed decision, here are some facts:

  • Up 35% of the heat gain to an Australian home on the Eastern Coast can be from radiated ceiling heat.
  • The air in your roof cavity can climb to 80 degrees Celsius during summer.
  • “7 Out of 10 Australian households believe that the biggest contributor to their electricity bill is their air conditioning” – Canstar
  • You can save an estimated $12 to $40 per day if you reduce your reliance on ducted air conditioning.
  • Australian households and businesses are paying the highest electricity prices in the world – https://www.leadingedgeenergy.com.au/blog/highest-electricity-prices-world/

How much heat is being radiated through your ceiling?

Here is a simple but astonishing effective experiment. The next time that you have a hot summer day, open the manhole to your ceiling and put your head in. If you have never done this before, you will be shocked at how mind-numbingly hot your roof cavity is.

Next, put the palm of your hand on the ceiling. Feel that heat? That is being transmitted throughout your entire home.

Now you can see why installing whirlybirds is one of the best value for money home improvements tasks you can ever complete.

How Effective Are Whirlybirds At Cooling A Roof?

Here is what a homeowner recently said about installing a whirlybird on their roof:

“I had a whirlybird installed this week, felt the difference within half an hour… wonderful. My friend from overseas was very impressed, but says she can’t find anything like this there.I am so pleased with my whirlybird! I can actually sleep in my bedroom without the ceiling fan on. Best (cool) wishes.”

Lanette Nielsen

Whirlybirds work. And they work quick!

For more facts on the effectiveness of roof ventilators, please consult this article on “Do Whirlybirds Really Work?”

Why Choose Twista Whirlybirds?

No Operating Costs

Unlike solar-powered whirlybirds, Twista roof vents do not have any operating costs. They do not need any power sources to operate. As they are powered naturally by the wind and convection forces, the hotter the day the more effective they are. Even on those long hot summer nights, Twista whirlybirds will work effectively. This is one of the main advantages of a Twista whirlybird over a solar-powered roof ventilator.

Made In Sydney

The craftsmanship of Twista whirlybirds is second to none. Designed and tested in a factory in South Western Sydney, Twista whirlybirds have been purpose-designed for Australian conditions. For almost 20 years, the team has been refining and perfecting their designs to ensure they can provide Australian households with the very best whirlybird on the market.

Industrial Strength Materials

Unlike poorly fabricated imported whirlygigs, Twista whirlybirds are manufactured in Australian from the highest-grade materials. The all-steel design provides exceptional durability and performance. The ribbed design ensures no matter how strong and intense the wind, Twista whirlybirds will operate silently. The steel bearings are designed to last year after year without any maintenance.

Friendly Service

It can be a pain dealing with amateur tradesmen who are just after a quick buck. Twista whirlybirds is passionate about providing expert service for each and every customer. The staff will gladly help you identify the ideal number of whirlybirds for your home. Installation is a breeze. If you are looking for hassle-free whirlybird installation in Sydney, Twista is the team you can rely on. You will be reassured to know that they are the “King Of The Whirlybirds”.

So if you are ready to take the plunge and install some whirlybirds on your roof, don’t delay in giving the team at Twista a call. They will be able to help you understand the benefits of installing whirlybirds on your roof as well as helpful hints to help maximise the performance of your new roof ventilation system.

Twista Whirlybirds

Address: Ingleburn NSW 2565 Australia

Phone: 1300 797 714 

Website: https://www.twista.com.au/