The Roof Vent System is ideal to use when the bathroom exhaust fan is too far away from a soffit or the home does not have a soffit.  Our design intent was focused on the shortcomings of the common roof vent on the market today.  Common roof vents experience deterioration over time where it attaches to the roof – at the nails, silicone seal, or rubber gasket.  This deterioration at the common roof vent’s most vulnerable point – the point of attachment to the roof – can cause moisture damage and mold growth in the attic.

The Roof Vent is a three piece system that is hermetically sealed.  It has a damper that opens when the bath fan is on and closes when the fan is off to prevent wind, rain, snow, and pests from entering the system. Attachment is done from the interior of the roof, eliminating the use of nails on the surface of the roof. The exhaust fan transition duct is attached directly to the roof flange in the attic.

The Roof Vent System is the only roof vent on the market that does not direct the exhausted air onto the roofing assembly, which can deteriorate the shingles over time. The vent directs the exhausted air up and away from the roof assembly.