An adhesive membrane that is used to meet code and is installed at the eave edge to prevent ice and water back up in the winter months. It is also used in other applications such as low-slope sections of roof, around skylights, or any other problematic areas that may be susceptible to ice build up.
With conventional attic ventilation applications we use the standard aluminum slant-back louvered roof vent. This is the most common type of vent used. If you are looking to increase ventilation air flow or have a cathedral ceiling, then our roof professionals will install a durable vinyl ridge vent which has the standard ridge-cap fastened on top to conceal this vent. For the ultimate in ventilation air flow a metal domed powered roof vent can be installed. We install new pipe flashings around the plumbing vents that protrude through the roof.