If you have a motor running in your garden shed – for example, pool pump storage or irrigation pumps – ventilation is important to stop heat building up.

Installing a vent at the end of the shed can be a no-hassle way to deal with this, as it doesn’t require opening or closing windows. Vents are also ideal if you want to ensure good air flow in the shed while it is closed up, for example to stop dampness if you’re storing furniture.

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