Attic vents are necessary to enable proper air circulation in the attic and home in general. The ventilation prevents build up of moisture or heat and maintains a convenient environment in the attic throughout the year. 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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Types of attic vents include gable vents, ridge line vents, soffit vents and turbine vents. Some vents, such as turbines, are powered by the wind, while others use attic fans to improve air flow. Solar attic fans, mounte... More »

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An attic ventilation baffle is a type of ventilation system that helps introduce air from outside the home into the attic to create air circulation. The baffle acts as a channel that aids in the ordered circulation of ai... 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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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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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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