Whirlybirds are a common sight throughout Australian residential and industrial areas, sitting on tops of roofs and working away day in and day out to provide cooling to the home below.
Roofs are designed to act as heat traps, in much the same way a greenhouse screen prevents heat from escaping. The roof keeps heat in the roof cavity, letting it circulate before it ends up accumulating in the interior of the home.
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This is great during winter, when homes need all the help they can get to stay warm, but it proves an issue during summer, when particularly hot days will send temperatures soaring within the home, leading to increased energy expenditure and rising energy bills as air-conditioners struggle to keep up with the demands the hot day has placed on them.