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ShingleVent II

 

ShingleVent® II ridge vent installs on the peak of the roof allowing exhaust ventilation all along the roofline -- end-to-end.

ShingleVent II ridge vent has a low profile, shingle-over design that blends in with the roof. Once installed ShingleVent II provides exceptional attic ventilation and is almost invisible from the ground.

 

Description

Functional design and clean lines. For an air of distinction.

 ShingleVent II ridge vent installs on the peak of the roof allowing exhaust ventilation all along the roofline -- end-to-end.

 

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.

Available with a bag of nails and without nails.

 

ShingleVent II - Shingle-Over Ridge Vent - The Industry Leader - Beautiful Looks and Performance

 

Designed with an external baffle and internal weather filter, ShingleVent II delivers superior attic ventilation and weather protection.


Here’s how it works:

  • ShingleVent IIThe external wind baffle directs airflow up and over the vent, creating an area of low pressure over the vent openings, pulling air out of the attic — even when the wind is not 100% perpendicular to the vent.

  • The external wind baffle also deflects rain and snow over the vent, protecting the roof and attic from weather infiltration.

  • An internal weather filter helps trap fine snow before it can enter the attic, and protects against dust and insect intrusion.

 

 

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Specifications

Specifications

 

hen installed properly, all Air Vent products mentioned here comply with the net free area requirements of nationally recognized model codes, including those written by the International Code Council. In addition, the vents have product evalutation approvals from Dade County, Florida, ICC and TDI.

Please call 1-800-AIR-VENT to obtain code body information for a particular Air Vent product.

Here's an overview of the specifications for Air Vent's complete line of ridge ventilation products.

View the wide range of colors in which our products are available in our pdf color chart (12 KB).

 

Product Model Description Colors Size Net Free Area

ShingleVent II SHFV,
12" wide
Shingle-over
ridge vent
Black,
Brown,
Gray,
Charcoal
4' 18 sq. in. per ft.

ShingleVent II-9 SHFV9CC,
9" wide
Shingle-over
ridge vent
Charcoal 4' 16 sq. in. per ft.

ShingleVent II-7 SHFV7CC,
7" wide
Shingle-over
ridge vent
Charcoal 4' 16 sq. in. per ft.

ShingleVent II-9A CLASH9CC,
9" wide
Shingle-over
ridge vent
Charcoal 4' 16 sq. in. per ft.

ShingleVent II-7A CLASH7CC,
7" wide
Shingle-over
ridge vent
Charcoal 4' 16 sq. in. per ft.

Multi-Pitch FilterVent FV101 Aluminum
ridge vent
Black,
Brown,
Bronze
10' 18 sq. in. per ft.
  FV110 Aluminum
ridge vent
Black,
Brown,
Bronze
8' 18 sq. in. per ft.

Hip Ridge® Vent HIPVBL Shingle-over
ridge vent for diagonal hips
Black 4' 12 sq. in. per ft.

VenturiVent Plus VVP Shingle-over
ridge vent
Black 4' 18 sq. in. per ft.
VenturiVent Plus™ with Nails
VVPN Shingle-over ridge vent
with a bag of 30 3-inch ring shank nails taped to each 4-foot piece.
Black 4' 18 sq. in. per ft.

Flash FilterVent FFV162 Aluminum vent for roof/wall junctions Black,
Brown,
Bronze
Venting Pack 9 sq. in. per ft.

Continuous Unfiltered Ridge Vent CRV100 Aluminum Ridge Vent Brown,
Black,
Bronze
10'  

Air Vent Color Chart

Air Vent Color Chart

Download PDF Download a PDF version of our color chart

 

Venting packs contain four pieces plus two end plugs, three connector plugs and straps. Flash FilterVent includes four pieces of Supplemental Flashing.
Note: Venting packs can be shipped UPS, except Zinc.

 

THE SIMPLE MATHEMATICS OF A BALANCED RIDGE VENTILATION SYSTEM

 

  • According to most building codes, you need 1 square foot of ventilation for every 150 square feet of attic floor space.
  • For new home construction that includes a vapor retarder, the minimum is 1 square foot of ventilation for every 300 square feet of attic floor space.
  • If your vents are split between ridge vents and intake vents, the minimum requirement is also 1 square foot of ventilation for every 300 square feet of attic floor space.

 

To determine how many feet of net free area you need, use this formula:

Square feet of attic floor space

300
= Square feet of net free area needed
For example:    
1500 square feet of attic floor space

300
= 5 square feet of free are a needed

 

To determine how many feet of ShingleVent® II, Multi-Pitch FilterVent® or VenturiVent Plus™ you need, use this formula:
1/2 net free area x 144 ÷ 18 = feet of ridge vent needed
For example: 2.5 (based on net free area of 5 square feet) x 144 ÷ 18 = 20 feet of ridge vent needed
To determine how many feet of Air Vent soffit vents you need, use this formula:
1/2 net free area x 144 ÷ 9 = feet of soffit vent needed
For example: 2.5 (based on net free area of 5 square feet) x 144 ÷ 9 = 40 feet of soffit vent needed
The following charts may be used to:
1. Determine how much net free area is needed to satisfy FHA requirements.
2. Balance your ridge vent system.

 

DETERMINING VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Attic Square
Footage
Min. Net Free Area Required
(if balanced between intake and exhaust)
Min Length
of Ridge
1200
1500
1800
2100
2400
2600
3000
3300
4'
5'
6'
7'
8'
9'
10'
11'
576"
720"
864"
1008"
1152"
1296"
1440"
1584"
16'
20'
24'
28'
32'
36'
40'
44'

 

Note: ShingleVent II and Multi-Pitch FilterVent provide 18" of net free area per linear foot.

 

INSTALLING A BALANCED RIDGE VENT SYSTEM

 

  • Measure the square footage of the attic (length x width).
  • Measure the length of the ridge.
  • Refer to the chart above for required net free area and minimum length of ridge for attic square footage.
  • Note: In most cases, the length of the ridge balanced with the same net free area of intake vents will satisfy FHA minimum standards and most building codes.
  • Use the chart below to calculate the amount of intake vents that should be installed to balance your ridge vent system.
  • Always install ridge vents from end to end across the entire ridge for best appearance and to provide maximum ventilation area.
  • Hip roofs, dormers and T- or L-shaped roofs may require a specially designed ventilation system. For information, request a copy of Air Vent's Principles of Attic Ventilation.See Contact Us.

 

Balancing Your Ridge Vent System

Length of Ridge Linear Feet of
Continuous Soffit Vent
Number of Undereave Vents
16" x 8" 16" x 6" 16" x 4"
15' 30 5 6 10
20' 40 6 9 13
30' 60 10 13 19
40' 80 13 17 26
50' 100 16 21 32
60' 120 19 26 39
70' 140 23 30 45
80' 160 26 34 51
90' 180 29 39 58

Features

Features

Low Profile
Eliminates the need for unsightly roof vents.


Superior Air Control
External wind baffle design creates airflow pattern that actually “pulls” air from the attic and deflects rain, snow and insects.


Internal Weather Filter
Unique filter system helps stop entry of rain, snow, dust and insects while allowing continuous airflow which prevents clogging.


Durable High-Density Co-Polymer
Strong but flexible in cold temperatures, stable in heat.


Color Coordinated
ShingleVent II-7 and II-9 come in an attractive charcoal color that coordinates with most roof colors.

 

Code Compliance
ShingleVent II-7 and II-9 have product evaluation approvals from Dade County, Florida

 

Exceptional airflow
An external baffle creates low pressure over the vent openings to "pull" air from the attic. ShingleVent II provides 18 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
ShingleVent II has pre-printed slot guides for truss or ridge pole construction. Pre-drilled nailing holes are designed to assure proper nailing. The vent is pre-formed to a 4/12 pitch.


Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty
and 5-year Replacement Plus™ Protection.

 

Models

Models

 

ShingleVent® II

ShingleVent II is a shingle-over ridge vent. The vent is installed across the ridge of the roof. The vent is 12" wide so that matching shingles can be installed over the vent, allowing the vent to appear almost invisible from the ground. Available in Black, Brown, Gray and Charcoal.


ShingleVent II-9

The same features as ShingleVent II, except that ShingleVent II-9 is 9" wide so that it can be used with cedar shakes or enhanced ridge cap shingles. Available in Charcoal.

 

ShingleVent II-7

ShingleVent II-7 is 7" wide for use with narrow, enhanced ridge cap shingles. Available in Charcoal.

 

Warranty

Learn about warranty coverage, transferability, limitations, other conditions and customer responsibilities.

 

Read the full warranty and the list of eligible products.

 

For Warranty information and questions, please contact us at: warranty@gibraltar1.com 

 

Limited Warranty
The Air Vent Product that you have purchased has a limited warranty from the date of purchase against defects in workmanship and materials. The length of the warranty varies by product. Please see attached chart for details. Any part believed to be defective must be returned to the factory (Air vent, Inc., 4117 Pinnacle Point Dr, Suite 400, Dallas, Texas 75211) freight prepaid. If found to be defective following examinations, any defective part will be replaced free of charge and returned freight prepaid. This warranty does not cover any labor costs, including those required for field repair or replacement or removal of any allegedly defective part.

 

Limitations
Air Vent shall not be liable for, and this warranty does not apply to, any failure, defect or damage resulting from or connected with misuse, abuse, neglect or improper handling or staging , or installation not in strict adherence to Air Vent’s written instructions; impact of foreign objects, fire, flood, earthquake, lightning, hurricane, hail, tornado or other violent storms or other act of God; or defects in failure of or damage caused by materials used as roofing base over which the product is installed or by movement, distortion, cracking or settling of walls or the foundation of the building.

Air Vent reserves the right to discontinue or modify any of its products including color, and shall not be liable as a result of such discontinuation or modification, nor shall Air Vent be liable in the event replacement material may vary in color in comparison to the original product as a result of normal weathering. If Air Vent replaces any product under this warranty, it may substitute products designated by Air Vent to be of comparable quality or price range in the event the product initially installed has been discontinued or modified.

 

Replacement Plus™ Protection
Products are covered by Replacement Plus™ protection (see attached for applicable products) for a period of time (varies by product) provided that the product has been installed in strict accordance with Air Vent’s written installation instructions. Under this warranty feature, Air Vent, at no charge, will replace any product found to be defective during the Replacement Plus™ period (Replacement Plus™ period begins when the product installation is completed). Air Vent’s maximum liability under Replacement Plus will be equal to the reasonable cost to replace the defective product, including labor.

In instances in which Air Vent, according to the terms of this warranty, has agreed to pay the cost of labor required to replace a defective intake vent, Air Vent will provide reimbursement only upon receipt of a copy of the contractor’s invoice or other written evidence of the completion of the work which Air Vent, at its sole discretion, deems acceptable.

 

Transferability
Provided that the products covered by this warranty have been installed in strict accordance with the Air Vent Inc. written installation instructions and in accordance with all local codes and standards, including those pertaining to fire-rated construction, Air Vent warrants to the original purchaser or first subsequent owner of the property that the product is free from manufacturing defects for the described length below from the date of purchase. If there is a change in ownership, the warranty may be transferred by the original purchaser of the product to the new owner (first subsequent owner) under the terms and conditions of this warranty.

 

Motor Replacements
The electrical motor is to be used solely as a direct replacement for a motor of the same model in an Air Vent, Inc, power attic ventilator. Using the motor in any other product could result in electrical shock and/or fire, which may cause property damage, serious injury or even death. Any motor replacement should be installed by a qualified licensed electrician in accordance with local, state and national electrical codes and standards. Make sure that power to the unit has been completely turned OFF at the breaker before approaching or inspecting the power attic ventilator or installing the replacement motor.

 

Other Conditions
This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other oral or written warranties, liabilities or obligations of Air Vent. Pertinent state law shall control for what period of time subsequent to sale a consumer/homeowner may seek a remedy pursuant to the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Air Vent be liable for consequential or incidental damages of any kind, including any damage to the building, its contents or any persons therein, resulting from the breach of any warranty set forth herein, unless exclusion of these types of damages are specifically prohibited by state law. No field representative of Air Vent or any distributor or dealer is authorized to make any change or modifications to this warranty. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.

 

The following warranty is effective 6/23/2017.

 Product  Warranty  Replacement Plus Protection
 ShingleVent ®II ridge vent (12", 9", 7", Class A 9" and 7") Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Peak Performer™ I & II Rolled ridge vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Multi-Pitch FilterVent® ridge vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 The Edge™ Vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Hip Ridge® Vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 VenturiVent™ Plus ridge vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 VenturiVent™ Rolled ridge vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 ATTIC-AIRE™ ALL SEASONS™ Filtered Ridge Vent and Roll Vent Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Power Cool Plus™ Power Attic Ventilator- model PC15 Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Power Cool Plus™ Power Attic Ventilator- model PC12 10 Year Limited Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Power Cool™ Power Attic Ventilator- model BR28 10 Year Limited Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Power Cool™ Power Attic Ventilator- model BR26 5 Year Limited  2 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Solar Power Fan- (models NPSP8WW, SC8BL, NPSG8) 5 Year Limited Warranty 2 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Gable-Mount Power Fans (APG, APGH)- with Humidistat Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Gable-Mount Power Fans (WCGB)- with Thermostat 10 Year Limited Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Gable-Mount Power Fans (model WCGA) 5 Year Limited Warranty 2 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Gable-Mount Power Fan Solar (NPSG8) 5 Year Limited Warranty 2 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Gable-Mount 20 Watt Solar Fan (1020APV) 5 Year Limited Warranty on Fan Motors 20 Year Limited on Solar Panel, Fan Housings

 Whole-House Fans 10 Year Limited Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Roof Mount Power Vent (ASRHP, SV3000) Limited Lifetime Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Roof Mount Power Vent (RV26, RV28) 10 Year Limited Warranty 5 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Roof Mount Power Vent (NPSP8WW, SC8BL) 5 Year Limited Warranty 2 year Replacement Plus™ protection

 Automatic Foundation Vent 5 Year Limited Warranty  

 Heavy Duty Automatic Foundation Vent 5 Year Limited Warranty  

 Powered Foundation Vent 5 Year Limited Warranty  

 Ridge Vent 20’ Limited Lifetime Warranty  

 Airhawk® Wind Turbines (TIB, TOB series) Limited Lifetime Warranty  

 Attic Aire™ Wind Turbines (WT series) 5 Year Limited Warranty  

 Airhawk® Static Vents (RVG55, B144) 5 Year Limited Warranty  

 Low Voltage Foundation Vent (Series 5 & 6, Radon) 5 Year Limited Warranty  

 Solar Power Fan (AV9912TR, AV9920TR, AV9930TR) 5 Year Limited Warranty on Fan Motors 20 Year Limited on Solar Panel, Fan Housings

 Skylight Tubes (1914ST, 2114ST) 10 Year Limited Warranty  

US Sunlight Solar Controller (SC20) 1 Year Limited Warranty on Unit, Remote  

 

Success Stories

Success Story - ShingleVent II

ShingleVent II ridge vent combines beauty and performance with its low-profile design and proven airflow & weather protection results.

ACI, Hollis, NH
Address: 265 Proctor Hill Road
Hollis, NH 03049


Editor’s Note: Pictured here 7-inch wide ShingleVent II is installed on a metal roof using Country Manor Shake aluminum shingles by Classic Metal Roofing System. ShingleVent II is available in three widths: 7-inch, 9-inch and 12-inch.

 

Important Installation Steps from ACI:

  1. The opening at the peak is the missing plywood sections removed of the asphalt shingles at the ridge only. A single layer of asphalt shingles were left in place over the entire roof and covered with a special underlayment.
  2. Flatten coverable shakes to less than 1/16″ roughness or cover flattened rough shake surface with narrow 1.5″-wide flashing.
  3. Critical to installation is flattened aluminum shake surface roughness preparation and material long-term corrosion/erosion compatibility in conjunction with ventilation. If less than 1/16″ surface roughness is not obtainable, inclusion of approximately 1.5″-wide layer of flat aluminum flashing in between mating surfaces is preferred.
  4. Stainless steel pan head screws were used throughout installation.

 

 

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SUCCESS STORY - SHINGLEVENT II

Bone Dry Roofing, Inc., Indianapolis, IN
Address: 4825 West 79th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Phone: 317-873-6005
Website: www.bonedryroofing.com

 

Editor’s Note: For this project the homeowner requested a new roof. The shingles were showing significant signs of deterioration. Upon inspection Bone Dry Roofing learned the current pitched roof was built over the top of an existing flat roof. There was zero intake ventilation for either of the two separate existing attics. The existing exhaust ventilation was 4 roof louvers. Bone Dry Roofing proposed ShingleVent II ridge vent for one attic that had a generous ridge length (25 linear feet) and a 30-watt solar powered fan for the 2nd attic (it only had 4 linear feet of ridge length available so a ridge vent would not work). The solar powered fan has a “Solar Controller” that allows fan operation without access to the sun if desired. Edge Vent was used as the intake ventilation.

 

“When we inspected this roof it was clear the shingles were blistering badly and cracking. Lack of proper airflow contributed to this. The customer is very happy with the finished product and is very appreciative that we were able to bring their attic ventilation up to code.” – Judd Haag, General Manager, Bone Dry Roofing

 

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SUCCESS STORY - SHINGLEVENT II

G & G Restoration, LLC, Greenwood, MO
Address: 24903 Timberlake Drive
Greenwood, MO 64034
Phone: 816-810-7218
Website: www.midwestrestore.com 

 

“We had to move The Edge Vent up the roof to access the attic. We separated the attic spaces to reduce the possibility of short-circuiting the system due to vertical height differences. The homeowner has noticed a difference. Even with a small amount of snow on the roof it now melts evenly.”  – Geremiah Gilliand, President, G & G Restoration

 

Editor’s Note: This project in Spring Hill, KS features an 1850s’ built house. G & G Restoration used ShingleVent II ridge vent (exhaust airflow @ horizontal peaks), Hip Ridge Vent (exhaust airflow diagonally) and The Edge Vent (intake airflow).

 

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Image 1) Edge Vent “Up the Roof”
Image 2) House in Progress
Image 3) House Built in 1850s
Image 4) Hip Ridge Vent

 

 

SUCCESS STORY - SHINGLEVENT II

Paul Davis Restoration, Richmond, VA
Address: 2119 Dabney Road
Richmond, VA 23230
Phone: 804-330-9500
Website: www.pauldavis.com 

 

“We trimmed out the soffit vent with PVC board to reduce the need for maintenance. The overall finished product looks fantastic. The homeowner was really pleased. The temperature and the humidity inside the attic has drastically reduced. A win all around! ”  – Stuart Thompson, Project Manager, Paul Davis Restoration

 

Editor’s Note: Before Paul Davis Restoration got involved in this project the house had 3 roof louvers for attic exhaust airflow and ZERO intake airflow (vented soffit panels were installed but the holes inside the plywood were never cut). Mold growth was observed on the underside of the roof deck and on the rafters. For the fix, and after removing the mold, Paul Davis Restoration installed continuous vented soffit (intake) and a combination of horizontal ShingleVent II ridge vent with diagonal Hip Ridge Vent (exhaust).

 

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Image 1) Continuous Soffit Vent Installed
Image 2) ShingleVent II and Hip Ridge Vent
Image 3) ShingleVent II and Hip Ridge Vent

 

 

SUCCESS STORY - SHINGLEVENT II

JSD Sanchez Roofing, Oklahoma City, OK
Address: 1340 SW Straka Terrace
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
Phone: 405-210-8632

 

“By our estimation, the shingles were less than 10 years old but were already sunbaked due to inadequate attic ventilation. There were only two small intake vents on the underside of the front gable box over the garage. For exhaust, we found the common mistake of two different types being mixed together (roof louvers combined with gable louvers). The homeowner was not interested in having holes cut in the freshly painted soffit for purposes of providing intake ventilation. The solution was to remove the existing exhaust vents, install ShingleVent II ridge vent along with roof-top intake The Edge Vent.”  – Don Chernicky, Makeover Masters

 

Editor’s Note: Makeover Masters originally contacted Air Vent seeking guidance for this project. JSD Sanchez Roofing did the installation. When The Edge Vent is used in a valley the slot stops 12 inches from the valley.

 

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Image 1) Edge Vent slot cut near valley
Image 2) Edge Vent installed with gutters
Image 3) ShingleVent II and Edge Vent Installed

 

 

SUCCESS STORY - SHINGLEVENT II

Triple Peaks Roofing & Construction, Inc., Westlake, OH
Address: 805 Sharon Drive
Westlake, OH 44145
Phone: 440-925-0386
Website: www.triplepeaksroofing.com 

 

“This house has a lot of hips and valleys with limited horizontal ridges. The limited ridges was a problem for attic ventilation. Using power fans was an option but we presented Hip Ridge Vent to take advantage of the many hips. The homeowners love their decision to go with Hip Ridge Vent instead of the power fans. This house now stands out from the others in the neighborhood. ”  – Jeff Heitzenrater, Vice President of Operations, Triple Peaks Roofing & Construction

 

Editor’s Note: ShingleVent II ridge vent is designed for roof peaks (horizontal). Hip Ridge Vent is designed for the hips of a roof (diagonal).

 

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Image 1) Front View
Image 2) Hip Ridge Vent & ShingleVent II Side View
Image 3) Horizontal and Diagonal Ridge Vent Blended

 

 

 

Product Photos

Product Photos

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Videos

ShingleVent II & ShingleVent II Class A Product Videos

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Ridge Vent Airflow Readings

This segment examines the design and density of various styles of ridge vents and measures their actual airflow performance in tests conducted at Architectural Testing Labs.

Ridge Vent Net Free Area
vs. Actual Airflow

This segment highlights why a ridge vent’s Net Free Area rating is not the best indicator of the ridge vent’s actual performance.

Ridge Vent Heat Buildup Test

This segment examines how well or how poorly various styles of ridge vents minimize heat buildup inside the attic in testing conducted at the University of Illinois.

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Ridge Vent Smoke Bomb Demonstration

This segment highlights how well a ridge vent designed with an external baffle uses the wind to its advantage to pull more air out of the attic in testing conducted at the University of Florida. See the Bernoulli Effect for yourself!

Ridge Vent Water Infiltration
Test Video

This segment examines the weather protection capabilities of various styles of ridge vents in tests conducted at Architectural Testing Labs. You won’t believe the amount of water some ridge vents allow into the attic!

Ridge Vent Dust Infiltration
Test Video

This segment simulates 10 years of wind-blown dust exposure for various styles of ridge vents and measures the impact the dust has on the ridge vent’s airflow performance. Once and for all: Does Air Vent’s internal weather filter clog? No, and here’s the proof.

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Ridge Vent Class A Fire Resistance Testing

This segment highlights footage of Class A rated 7-inch wide and 9-inch wide ShingleVent II ridge vent passing UL’s most stringent fire resistance testing: “Spread of Flame” and “Burning Brand.” Class A is a requirement in areas where wild fires are common.

   
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