ShingleVent®II Class A.
Class A Fire rated.
There's two great things about Air Vent's 7-inch and 9-inch ShingleVent II Class A shingle-over ridge vents:
- They're fire rated for Class A roof decks.
- They still have the advanced design of other Air Vent ridge vents including the external baffle and internal weather filter for superior airflow performance and weather rotection.
This product proves that outstanding beauty and performance can be combined. Design features include an external baffle and internal weather filter for optimum airflow and weather protection. Less than an inch in height, this molded, high-impact copolymer shingle-over ridge vent permits capping of the ridge with shingles like the rest of the roof.
- Class A fire rated. Rated for Class A roof decks in accordance with UL standards for ICC approval. They are the only externally baffled Class A fire-rated shingle-over ridge vents available.
- Exceptional airflow. Built-in external baffle deflects wind up and over the redge, enhancing airflow performance. ShingleVent II Class A provides 16 square inches of net free area per linear foot.
- Advanced weather protection. The external baffle deflects wind and weather over the vent to help protect the attic from rain and snow infiltration.
- Internal weather filter. Provides a more complete barrier to help protect the attic from wind-driven rain, snow, dust and insects.
- Easy Installation. The vent is pre-formed to a 4/12 pitch, and fits pitches from 3/12 to 12/12.
- Virtually invisible. Less than 7/8 inches tall on the ridge makes them virtually invisible from the ground.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty and 5-year Replacement Plus™ Protection.
The same features as ShingleVent II, except that ShingleVent II-9A is 9" wide so that it can be used with cedar shakes or enhanced ridge cap shingles. Available in Charcoal.
ShingleVent II-7A is 7" wide for use with narrow, enhanced ridge cap shingles. Available in Charcoal.
The Balanced Attic Ventilation System: Gaining The Edge
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The video explains how only a balanced system of both intake vents and exhaust vents can maximize the attic vents’ ability to help:
- reduce heat buildup
- reduce moisture buildup
- prevent ice dams
- prolong the life of building materials
- reduce the load on HVAC systems
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