Wide variety of materials and brands for design and installation of ventilation products

Foundation Vents

Black Foundation Vent on the foundation of a residential home

Gable Vents

Gable Vent on the Arch of a Red Bricked Home

Static Roof Vents Vents

Close-Up of a Static Roof Vent

Ridge Vents

Red Tiled Ridge Vent on the Ridge of a Residential Home

Turbine Vents

Silver Turbine Vent on an Asphalt Roof

Specialty Vents

Cupola Vent on a Tiled Roof

Ventilation Products

In order to fight heat and moisture, homes in all climates must be ventilated year-round. Heat in unventilated attics may cause temperatures to exceed 150 degrees. It can damage shingles, roof sheathing, and radiate down into the living area.

Moisture is a home’s No. 1 enemy. It can cause rot, mildew, mold, paint blister and ineffective insulation, especially with the humid Florida air. Proper ventilation reduces energy bills, and eliminates mold and mildew, which can lead to major health problems. Ventilating the attic space extends the life of shingles, insulation and other building components.

Proper attic ventilation systems allow a continuous flow of outside air through the attic which creates cooler attics in the summer and drier attics in the winter. It consists of a balanced system between air intake (at your eaves or soffits) and air exhaust (at or near your roof ridge).

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