Roofing Ventilation Systems
Roofing Ventilation Increases The Life Cycle Of Your Roof.
Research has shown that the best way to ventilate an attic is with a system that provides continuous airflow along the entire underside of the roof sheathing. Achieving this desired airflow requires a balanced system of intake ventilation low at the roof’s edge or in the soffit/eaves and exhaust ventilation at the ridge. Air Vent offers a variety of high performance intake vents including our NEW edge vent system for optimum attic ventilation for today’s tighter built, tighter remodeled homes that have more efficient building codes. Double AA Roofing recommends 1 square foot of ventilation for every 150 square feet of attic floor space with half the ventilation represented by intake vents and half by exhaust vents such as ridge vents as a 2 to 1 ratio.
Roofing Ventilation Video
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Roofing Ventilation Systems help with both the performance and appearance of your home. Years of research have proven that AirVent ridge vents combined with sufficient intake vents is the most efficient and effective roofing ventilation system you can install. This balanced system of intake and exhaust through the attic provides greater airflow than any other non-powered vent systems-and it’s the most attractive system. They blend in nicely with the roofline.
Roofing Ventilation Systems Comparison
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Roofing Ventilation is the most important part of keeping your roof trouble free. Contact Us Today for a Free Estimate to see what Roofing Ventilation System will work for you and your home. If you need more information you can have a look at our online roofing ventilation brochure below.