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Ridge Vents

A ridge vent is a ventilation strip that is placed along the ridge line of the home. Prior to installing the ridge vent, a one inch wide strip of roof decking is cut out along both sides of the ridge line to allow for air movement through the vent. It is important that air movement occurs and is not impeded by any framing of the home.

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Soffit Vents & Insulation Baffles

An important part of installing any system of ventilation into your roof system us to make sure that there is a point of entry and a point of exit for air flow. The soffit vent allows convective air movement from the soffits of the home to the ridge vent. Insulation baffles must be installed at the point where the attic floor meets the roof line to prevent the attic insulation from migrating into the cavities and restricting the airflow from the soffit vents.

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House & Attic Fans

Fans and vents may be installed on the roof system that will draw the air out of the attic space and exhaust it to the exterior. These fans may be controlled with a switch or a thermostat which detects heat build up in the attic space and automatically exhausts the attic space. We also offer solar powered options.

Common Types Of Roof Ventilation

Proper attic ventilation systems allow a continual flow of outside air through the attic which in turn helps protect the efficiency of the insulation and helps lower temperatures in the living areas of the house. It consists of a combination of air intake and air exhaust. Air intake is pulled in through your eaves or soffits and air exhaust is at or near your roof ridge.

How Our Roof Ventilation System Works

Types Of Damage That Can Result From Improper Roof Ventilation

  • Premature aging of your roofing system (fried shingles)
  • Warping, cracking, rotting or breaking down of wood framing
  • Damage to siding, exterior or interior paint and wallpaper
  • Mildew growth
  • Buckling of shingles and felt
  • Ice dam formation
  • Increased load on air conditioner
  • Contribute to household appliances, bathtubs, showers and cooking vapors building up excess moisture in the attic and reducing insulation efficiency

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Newton, MA 02466

 

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