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Ventilation products that go with the flow.

Attic Exhaust Vents

Exhaust vents allow the hot air to escape.

The first stage in effective ventilation is getting the hot air out. That's the main function of exhaust vents.

Attic Exhaust Vents:

Attic Intake Vents

Intake vents allow the cooler air in.

After the hot air leaves or diminishes, the cool air moves in to create balance through intake vents.

Attic Intake Vents:

Foundation Vents

Foundation vents for crawl spaces and basements.

Foundation vents help remove moisture that can lead to damp rot and eventually costly damage, as well as attract termites.

Foundation Vents:

         
         

Whole-House Fans

Whole-House Fans help keep your home cool.

If you live in a climate that doesn't require air conditioning, but your home needs cooling ventilation, consider a whole-house fan. It's also a great option if you want to run your air conditioning less often.

Whole-House Fans:

 

Bath or Dryer Vent - NEW

Whole-House Fans help keep your home cool.

It’s important to properly ventilate warm, moist air from bathrooms and dryers to the outdoors. Here’s a versatile Bath or Dryer Vent that attaches easily to the fan’s ductwork.

Bath or Dryer Vent

 

Skylight Tubes

Skylight Tubes

Skylight tubes channel natural light into a home or commercial space with an easy installation that does not require major renovations like traditional skylights.

Skylight Tubes:


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