Roof vents reduce moisture buildup in attics, help roofs last longer and reduce energy usage. Various types of vents are used, including gable-end vents, ridge vents and soffit vents. The latter vents are installed along... More »

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Vents on a roof allow natural air flow and function without the need of motorized fans. The other benefit of vents on a roof is that they ensure overall comfort of the room by offering escape points for hot, moist or sta... More »

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A metal roof can be installed without using a ridge vent, assuming adequate ventilation is achieved by other methods. Metal tends to generate more heat than other roofing materials, so adequate ventilation is necessary a... More »

Off-ridge vents are placed below the ridge line of a roof, and they allow hot air to escape from attics, clothes dryers, bathrooms and range hoods. Ridge vents are placed near a roof's peak, and they are often shorter th... More »

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Roof vents help remove moisture from homes, and, in warmer regions, help remove heat build-up in attics. Vents are essential components for keeping a roof safe from moisture and mold. More »

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Crawl space air vents are used to prevent the buildup of moisture in the foundation and subfloor of a house. The air vent allows outside air to circulate underneath the house, which keeps the area dry and stops mold grow... More »

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Radiant heating systems are energy efficient in certain usage scenarios and their energy rating varies depending on the model that is purchased. A radiant heating system uses infrared radiation to only heat up people or ... More »

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