Attic eave vents attach to the rafters or trusses of the roof and provide attic spaces with unrestricted air flow. The need for attic vent eaves depends on the local climate.
Attic eaves vents bring outside air into the attic space. The addition of cold air into the attic, in conjunction with adequate insulation, promotes energy efficiency. In the winter, it prevents ice from forming and causing damage to the roof. In the summer months, the air flow removes hot air and excess moisture from the attic space.
Attic eave vents come in different sizes to fit a variety of spaces. Manufacturers also make them in various colors to complement the exterior of the house.