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A “soffit” (as used in architecture) is the underside of an architectural feature, as a beam, arch, ceiling, vault, or cornice. A “soffit vent” is simply an aperture installed into the underside of your home’s eaves (called the soffit) that permits fresh outside air to be drawn up into the attic. Almost all homes are fitted with some kind of roof vents at the peak of the roofline. These provide some ventilation, but when used in conjunction with a soffit vent, they work much more efficiently. Cooler fresh air is drawn up through the soffit at the base of your roof and hot and humid air is expelled through the roof vents at the top. Didn’t you always want to know this? Well, our soffit vents are now installed. Take a look …

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