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Types of Attic Ventilation Systems

Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com discusses attic ventilation systems including the use of ridge vents and soffit vents.

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  1. Types of Soffit Vents

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    Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com discusses soffit vents and how they work in tandem with ridge vents to provide a total attic ventilation system.

  2. Types of Ridge Vents

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    Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com discusses ridge vents and how they work in tandem with soffit vents to provide a total attic ventilation system.

  3. The Importance of Roof Ventilation

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    Prevent dry rot by increasing the air flow with soffit and ridge vents .

  4. How a Vent Pipe Works

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    A vent pipe is an essential element of any house's plumbing. AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter explains why vent pipes are important and how a vent pipe works.

  1. How to Improve Attic Ventilation

    Adequate roof ventilation reduces cooling bills, extends shingle life, and prevents roof rot and ice dams in winter. Both roof and soffit vents are easy to install in just a few hours. They'll protect your house from expensive future repairs. This article will help you determine if your attic is properly ventilated and show you how to install more vents if you need them.

  2. Improve Attic Ventilation: Introduction

    Roof and soffit vents reduce cooling costs in summer, prevents ice dams in the winter, extend the life of your shingles and prevent mildew and rot by reducing moisture buildup. Learn how to install them in this article.

  3. How to Clean Soffit Vents

    Blow out debris from your soffit (eave) vents to maintain good attic ventilation. It’ll save on air conditioning costs in summer and protect your roof from condensation in winter.

  4. Water Heater Venting Fixes

    Fit a gas water heater vent to a larger existing vent by using a reducer. Avoid changing out the entire gas vent .

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