Strip 1.0 Carmika Vent
Roofs & side walls are one of the most primary considerations when insulating a structure. There are two important reasons to ventilate the roof & walls during high-temperature conditions

1. To release excess heat built-up in internal spaces. Overheating raises the temperature of the interiors. Warm air tends to rise upwards.

2. To lose excess moisture produced within the structure. The build- up of moisture can lead to condensation problems on the inside of metal roofing and siding. Condensation can lead to substantial deterioration in the quality of overall insulation.



1. Improved Indoor Air Quality : Proper ventilation helps to remove pollutants and excess moisture from indoor spaces, which can improve indoor air quality and reduce the risk of health problems such as allergies, respiratory issues, and headaches.

2. Regulated Temperature and Humidity : Ventilation helps to regulate the temperature and humidity levels within a building, creating a more comfortable and healthy environment for occupants.

3. Increased Energy Efficiency : Proper ventilation can reduce the need for air conditioning and heating, which can lead to significant energy savings and reduce the building’s carbon footprint.

4. Reduced Risk of Structural Damage : Ventilation helps to regulate moisture levels within a building, which can reduce the risk of structural damage caused by mold, mildew, and rot.

5. Prolonged Lifespan of Building Components : Proper ventilation can help to prevent moisture buildup in building components such as roofing materials and insulation, which can prolong their lifespan and reduce the need for costly repairs or replacements.

Overall, proper ventilation is essential for maintaining a healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient indoor environment, and can help to protect the long-term value of a building.

it is important to ensure that the two types of vents(ridge vents and strip vents ) are properly integrated and balanced to create an effective ventilation system.

Ridge vents & Strip Vents are typically used on sloped roofs of residential and commercial
– buildings to provide ventilation to the attic space. Here are some of the common applications :
– Residential and commercial buildings with sloped roofs
– New construction or retrofitting existing roofs
– Roofs with sufficient space for installation and adequate intake ventilation
– Climate and building codes