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Air Vent Industry Article

 

In this industry article, published in Roofing Contractor Magazine, we share why it's never been more important for contractors to be "up to speed" on the ins and outs of correct attic ventilation.

 


By Paul Scelsi, Air Vent Inc., published in Roofing Contractor Magazine, November 2003.

 

I guess it is safe to say that there are few individuals in this industry who totally understand what's on the minds of America's roofing contractors. Since AirVent started testing Attic Ventilation: Ask the Expert™ in March 1998, we have gone to every major market in the United States with over 240 seminars nationwide. We have welcomed over 8,000 attendees and have personally visited with countless roofing contractors, remodelers, builders, architects, designers, inspectors and a few writers. Perhaps even more astonishing is the 85 percent rate of return we get from our detailed questionnaires left on the tables of each seminar.


We thought you would find it helpful to hear answers to the five most frequently asked questions about attic ventilation.

 

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Air Vent Industry Article

 


By Paul Scelsi, Air Vent Inc., published in Florida Forum Magazine, July 2001.

 

Over the past several years, I’ve talked to hundreds of roofing contractors nationwide at technical seminars that I present for Air Vent. They’ve shared with me many of the challenges and concerns they are experiencing specific to attic ventilation installations. Some of these topics have lead to lively exchanges during the Q & A portion of our seminars. I’d like to summarize some of the key issues that have surfaced which may help you on the job.

 

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By Paul Scelsi, Air Vent Inc., published in the ASHI Reporter, July 2003.

 

If you’re not convinced how important intake venting is to an attic ventilation system, consider this: It’s the single biggest reason for most of the attic ventilation call-backs we see and hear about. Not the exhaust vents. The intake vents.

 

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By Paul Scelsi, Air Vent Inc., published in Professional Roofing Magazine, February 2003.

 

If you are not convinced about how important intake vents are to attic ventilation systems, consider this: Intake vents are the single biggest reason for most attic ventilation callbacks Dallas-based Air Vent inc. receives. Not the exhaust vents—the intake vents.

 

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By Paul Scelsi, Air Vent Inc., published in Architectural West Magazine, Sept/Oct 2001.

 

A few years ago we decided to add a segment to our attic ventilation seminars addressing how to calculate the amount of ventilation needed for a house. We weren’t sure how well it would be received. After all, who wants to do math at a seminar? Answer: A lot of the roofing contractors, builders and architects in attendance across the country. Doing the math with the audience has been one of the best-received sections of our seminars. I’d like to share it with you.

 

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