Soffit exhaust vents facilitate the flow of air through an attic to minimize the amount of moisture that builds up during humid days. A build up of moisture in an attic can cause damage to a home due to condensation. More »

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Ridge roof vent installation costs more than the installation of smaller vents. Roof ridge vent installation also requires removal of large pieces of the roof sheathing. More »

Adding a ridge vent to a new roof installation in Delaware can be an excellent choice for additional home cooling. After the initial installation expense, a ridge vent is a no-cost, environmentally friendly way to add ad... More »

Attic fans work by pulling heated air out of the attic, allowing it to be replaced by cooler outdoor air through the soffit and gable vents. Their effectiveness depends on exterior air temperatures, humidity and whether ... More »

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Roof ventilation uses various types of vents to remove heat and moisture by circulating air from the attic to the outdoors. The ventilation protects the home's roof and shingles from rotting as well as excessive heat and... More »

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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. More »

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There are many ventilation options that may be implemented in an attic space, including mechanical and non-mechanical ventilation, such as ridge, gable, soffit and roof vents. More »

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