Roof Venting Should be Eye-appealing

attractive looking home with matching vents

Roof venting should be efficient, effective and add to the overall appeal of your home.

 

There’s more to roofing than just the technical aspects of keeping an attic moisture-free and serving the home’s heating and cooling needs efficiently. It needs to look good too! 

Roofing contractors keep up with the latest trends because it’s part of earning the customer’s trust. Not long ago, residential customers chose from a little more than two or three colours of asphalt shingles and ugly metal vents. 

Today, roof coverings include regular and designer laminate shingles in a variety of metal-engineered composite or simulated slate tiles. Environmentally friendly options like the solar panel roof coverings that power homes are available as well. 

With the advancement of roof coverings available in today’s market, you should have options for your roof vents too.

That’s where Duraflo® comes in. 

 

Duraflo® Roof Vents in Four Available Colours

before picture of roof vents in various colours on a rooftop and after picture of colour matching vents on rooftop

Your home’s aesthetic appeal can affect the value of your home. That’s why it’s a good idea to match the colour of your shingles and soffit flashing with the colour of your roof vents.

Duraflo’s line-up of roof vents are designed for all kinds of roof coverings in four easy-to-match colours:

  • black
  • brown
  • grey
  • weatherwood

Made from high-grade polypropylene, all Duraflo® injected molded vents contain UV inhibitors to curb colour fading. This ensures that your home’s roofscape will stay looking great for decades; not to mention, they’re also easy to install. 

Duraflo® Sales Rep, Greg Weatherell, notes that the product line-up looks good on all kinds of roof styles in urban and rural locations and both hot and cold environments. Duraflo’s slim vents work with the surrounding colours to blend in with the roof. Colour-matching passive ridge vents are also available for the roof’s peak. 

 

Duraflo's Colour Matching Tall Vents

Duraflo PROTurbo Roof Vent Colours

Where snow build-up may potentially block low-profile vents, Duraflo’s line of colour-matching PROVentilator and PROTurbo static vents are designed to stay above any snow accumulation. Their internal baffles both exhaust air from the attic and ensures that wind-driven precipitation is drained away. 

These stylish vents do their critical safeguarding job on most styles of sloped residential roofs under all conditions. 

When it comes to venting a home’s attic to maintain roof and shingle integrity —  and doing so with style and innovative design — Canplas’ Duraflo® line of exhaust vents has become the first choice of general and roof contractors. 

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