MAXFLO Vents | Contractor to Customer

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MAXFLO Vents | Contractor to Customer

Our Superior Soffit Systems MAXFLO Vents work on the same concept as changing the AC filter(s) in your home, or cleaning the dirty lint trap filter found on clothes dryers. Starving your attic of needed intake air leads to expensive repairs and increased cooling and heating costs…The solution is simple and affordable with our serviceable soffit system!

This innovative design helps to maximize every component of your attic system year after year. Even if you have already invested in expensive attic efficiency items such as a radiant barrier, insulation, or A/C units, this product is critical to ensure the functionality of those investments.

Attic Ventilation is the most important aspect in attic efficiency that you can do to your home.

Having Superior Soffit MAXFLO attic air flow vents installed on your home can:

Prolong the life of heating and cooling equipment

Extend the life of your roof

Helps to maintain warranty coverage for roofs, heating and cooling systems, and their components

Helps maximize current ventilation system’s energy efficiency

Saves energy which reduces your carbon footprint

Reduces the buildup of moisture in your attic

Prevents the buildup of mold and associated health risks

Prevents ice damming that can lead to structural damage and personal injury

Ensuring proper Attic Ventilation is the most important aspect in attic efficiency that you can do to your home.

Soffit vents pull air through the attic and out ridge vents and turbines. This prevents heat build up in the summer months and reduces moisture build up in the colder months. Moisture build up in the attic can cause structural damage in the home along with health issues such mold and mildew growth. Proper attic ventilation contributes to the performance of everything else in the attic: insulation, radiant barrier, attic turbines etc. The problem with conventional soffit vents is that over time they get clogged from debris in the air. In one year, 25% of the vent can be restricted and within 5 years can be completely covered in debris allowing no air to pass through into the attic.