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LETTING GO AND MOVING ON BY JAMES OH

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MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR
BY JAMES OH

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

GREEN WITH ROOFTOP VENTILATION SYSTEM



Hi! Folks,

It is our pleasure to meet you here again. We are 
sure that you must be excited to read about our 
articles and we guess that you must have reaped 
the benefits to your maximum. Continue to visit us 
for your mutual benefits. Thanks for your 
continuous support. One thing we can assure you 
is that the more you read, the more we put money 
in your pocket indirectly if you choose to take 
action as we recommended.

Further to my articles on greening my place of 
residence which we received overwhelming 
response, we decided to share more about 
other interesting ideas which we are sure of 
receiving your consideration as the benefits you 
receive from this investment will be far more 
than your investment costs.



By installing rooftop ventilation Turbine Vent, as 
seen in  the photo above, your place will not only 
be more cosy, 
but you will also lower  your electricity bills as 
you may not need to use so much air-conditioning 
to achieve that effect. 

My double storey house installed two units of 
heavy duty polypropylene bracing system. 
Adjustable base and free maintenance dual ball 
bearing system, installed by my previous owner. 
They keep running till today without any issue 
since we move in for more than a decade. Simple 
yet effective in the sense that my first floor is very 
much cooler than the unit without it. So, guess you 
are able to figure out. 

According to the building codes there are only two 
types of ventilators recognized. 

The two basic types are as follows:-

i) electric, which operate on A/C power; 

ii) all others (wind powered, solar powered and 
passive vents). 

I am very certain that my units are not of A/C 
power type, however I am not too sure whether it 
is wind powered, solar or passive vents. What I 
care about is that they produce the results I 
desired.

I was also made to understand that all non-electric
vents must be calculated into a building design by 
the “1 to 300 rule”, no matter if it is wind driven, 
solar powered or passive. The reason for this is 
simple. As long as the CFM rates cannot be definitely 
calculated, the calculation must be based on the area 
of the vent's diameter (free air space) in relation to the 
size of the attic being vented. 

In this connection, can someone help me ascertain 
whether I have an ideal situation in terms of 
effectiveness based on my unit which is of slightly 
2,000 square feet, slight larger than its original build 
up? You may either email me your invaluable 
feedback to jamesoh2003@yahoo.co.uk or via 
comment.

One thing I feel proud of is that I, at least, have 
managed to join those who advocate using natural
resources such as solar, wind or passive type to 
reduce the global warming issue. My conscience 
is clear.

In this regard, I step forward to blog it and share 
with you in the hope that you too give it due 
consideration. Thank you in advance.

And last, but not least, we like to stress again we 
need to address the global warming collectively 
and the heat is so terrible once you step out from 
your house. We, at Lift You Up, do not think 
anyone of us want to see our next generation to 
wear special type of clothing so as to prevent 
their skin from this extra heat.

More ideas flowed into my mind after I took a slow 
walk around my unit and I will share them with you 
in my forthcoming articles.

Stay tuned and look forward to seeing you again, 



Your Chief Servant,

James Oh
Founder and Group CEO

Skype me at james.oh18
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