A ridge exhaust is the most effective way of ventilation on your new roof. It requires no on going service and does not cost money in electricity to operate. Attic ventilation using a ridge vent will allow heat to escape your attic efficiently. Rising heat will not need to search for an exit (such as in gable or off-ridge vents).
Features of Omni Series Ridge Vents are the air flow acceleration design, which maximizes ventilation capacity, along with the internal aerodynamic curved baffles and external perpendicular omni baffles, which maximize weather protection. External omni baffles allow air flow from any direction while the internal baffles maintain superior weather protection and performance with no filter to clog. Each Omni Series Ridge Vent design is field tested and proven effective under all weather conditions.
Ridge Vent Installation
Installing a new ridge vent on an existing roof should be left to the experts. We need to determine if we can actually cut open the ridge line wide enough to support your attic intake (soffits). If you are doing a roof replacement then most likely ridge vents are included. A new ridge vent exhaust system has become the standard in roof replacement projects.
Old roof vent that may no longer function or are inefficient.
Cutting out small width of ridge line to allow exhaust.
New continuous ridge vent installed. Still working on closing off old vent location.
New ridge vent installation completed!
Call Stubbs Roofing to see if your existing roof can benefit from a ridge vent system. You could be losing money every month on your electric bill with improper attic exhaust.