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Metal-Era, Inc. - Hi-Perf Ridge Vent Field Roofed Version
Metal-Era, Inc. - Hi-Perf Ridge Vent Field Roofed Version
Description: Hi-Perf Ridge Vent Field Roofed Version Model: Hi-Perf Ridge Vent Field Roofed Version This Hi-Perf Ridge Vent is specifically designed to fit all your projects. It is engineered to individual job requirements to ensure proper ventilation. The unique design of our Hi-Perf Ridge Vent is built to...

CertainTeed Residential Roofing - CertainTeed® Ridge Vent - 12" Filtered
CertainTeed Residential Roofing - CertainTeed® Ridge Vent - 12" Filtered
Description: CertainTeed® Ridge Vent - 12" Filtered Model: CertainTeed® Ridge Vent - 12" Filtered Designed with internal weather filter and external baffles, CertainTeed® Ridge Vent filtered proves that outstanding beauty and performance can be combined. Less than an inch in height, this molded, high-impact...

Petersen Aluminum Corporation - PAC SS Ridge Vents
Petersen Aluminum Corporation - PAC SS Ridge Vents
Description: PAC SS Ridge Vents Model: PAC SS Ridge Vents Petersen Aluminum offers its line of SS Airflow systems, designed specifically with commercial buildings in mind. Highly suitable for shingle roofs, the system allows for balanced intake and exhaust ventilation to provide optimal airflow, greatly...

FAMCO - Continuous Ridge Vent - 10 Lineal Feet
FAMCO - Continuous Ridge Vent - 10 Lineal Feet
Description: Continuous Ridge Vent - 10 Lineal Feet Model: CRV The FAMCO Continuous Ridge Vent provides optimal ventilation when used with proper soffit venting, The Continuous Ridge Vent eliminates the “spotty” ventilation found with other types of gravity vents. The CRV features a low silhouette and...

Owens Corning - Roof Ventilation
Owens Corning - Roof Ventilation
Description: Proper ventilation can help prevent damage and premature aging caused by moisture in the winter and excess heat in the summer. It will: In order to create a consistent flow of cool, dry air through your attic, you need to make sure the air has a way to come in and go out: intake and exhaust. For...