A roof boot is also known as a plumbing vent boot, pipe boot or pipe flashing. It’s commonly made from lead, which is a flexible metal.
Lead Boots for asphalt-shingle roofs typically come as either plastic boots with a neoprene gasket, designed to fit snugly around the pipe or as lead pipe flashings that cover over the top edge and tuck into the pipe.A roof boot covers the vent pipe, a part of the considerations during residential roof installation services. The Lead Boot plays an important role in ensuring your plumbing system does the job of removing wastewater from your home. Without it, you will have a host of unhealthy problems.
Sizes: 1-1/2″ 2″ 4″
Gooseneck vents are used for attic ventilation or to cover exhaust pipes extending through the roof. Special features like a small animal screen make these vents very popular.Designed to use with bathroom or kitchen exhaust venting systems. This roof mounted vent comes with a damper to prevent back draft and with an insect screen. Quality constructed in 28 gauge Galvanized steel
Sizes: 4″ 6″ 10″
Off Ridge vents
Off ridge vent is a UV-resistant static vent suitable for installation on sloped roofs. It features a screened external wind baffle for optimal weather protection and airflow. It is made from professional grade 26-gauge galvanized steel. This vent offers proven performance with an unobtrusive low-profile appearance.
In addition to allowing air to circulate, a ridge vent on your roof prolongs the life of your roof. It also helps to moderate the overall temperature of your home, increasing your energy efficiency. For these, and other, reasons, roof ridge vents are considered an essential part of most modern roof design.
A ridge vent is an important part of a home’s roofing system. Installed at the peak of a sloped roof, the ridge vent allows damp, warm air to escape from the attic. A properly installed ridge vent increases energy efficiency and prolongs the life of your roof.