Many homes, including new construction, have insufficient ventilation on their roof. This can lead to a multitude of problems, including higher utility bills and compromising the integrity of your roof.
If you feel your house isn't cooling properly there may be an issue with your roof, call us today for a free assessment. We'll calculate the needed ventilation for your home and add, remove or replace accessories on your current ventilation system.
A ridge vent is an air exhaust vent installed on the peak of a roof. They help to provide continuous, uniform exhaust ventilation at the highest portion of the attic and are designed to help resist wind-driven rain and snow, as well as insect and debris infiltration.
As the air in the attic heats up, convection helps push the air to the peak of the roof where it escapes through the ridge vent. This type of "passive system" is an efficient way to ventilate an attic, as it doesn't require any energy to properly function.
Slant-back design that is an excellent choice to help protect against weather infiltration, especially in steep-slope applications. No need for electrical hook-up.
Exhaust large amounts of heat and moisture from the attic. Requires electric installation, more affordable upfront cost than a solar-powered vent.
A great solution for attics requiring large quantities of exhaust ventilation, especially those with limited ridge area.
Solar-powered models help reduce electricity costs associated with operating a fully electric powered vent.
Uses the wind to pull heat and moisture from the attic. Its size allows heat and moisture-laden air to escape from your attic, which can help to extend the life of your roof