Hidden Vent System
Our maintenance-free hidden vent system will improve the ventilation of your home and eliminate the need for costly painting.
Hidden vent soffit gives you more venting than traditional vented soffit with the added benefit of a clean, continuous look.
You no longer have to choose between no ventilation vs panels that collect dirt. Our hidden vent system allows you to have an attractive soffit without the eyesore of some of the other products out there.
Why hidden vent?
We realize many companies tell you that you will be happy with the type of soffit that looks like a cheese grater. But look at what some of your neighbors have on their homes first. If it looks dirty or sooty, ask yourself if that's what you want on your house. Be smart about your next home improvement project and get a durable product that will last you a long time and continue to look attractive for years to come.
Should you choose aluminum or vinyl soffit?
We have both. Both aluminum and vinyl are good products to used for soffit material but they have differences. Both can be installed well and can be a beautiful addition to your home. Both can greatly improve the ventilation in your home if installed right.
Aluminum is less forgiving.
It tends to look great on homes that have not experienced significant settling. If you can look down the length of your home and it is perfectly straight, aluminum might be a good choice for you.
Vinyl can accommodate homes which are older and can hide imperfections
You have to be careful with this since not all vinyls are created equal. Our vinyl panels come in either vented (for soffit) or non-vented (for porch ceilings) options. Strength is added by using a thicker, more durable material as well as some structural bends that resist problems associated with most of the vinyl products out there. Homes over 20 years old will nearly always look better with a high quality hidden vented soffit since vinyl can be installed to follow natural contours that happen when a house has settled.
Dave & Maria
We installed soffit & fascia on our 1890 built home. We were very happy working with Jim and his team. Jim is a great communicator. The team was very accommodating and courteous. The cost was very competitive! The workmanship was excellent. They do as they say. We are very pleased and would highly recommend energy…Read Full Testimonial >
Richard & Connie – Greendale, WI
We are very impressed with how quickly the job was done from the time we ordered our gutters, fascia and soffits. The custom color is perfect. It all looks fantastic. We didn’t think we had enough vents in our soffits before. The installer made sure we had additional venting every 10 feet. The future crew…Read Full Testimonial >
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