gable vent

gable vent

A louvered opening in the gable of a roof; used to exhaust air from an attic.
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These is no gable vent as the interior is a vaulted ceiling.
No venting of bathroom or kitchen fans should terminate at a soffit or gable vent. These are intake points for attic ventilation, and any discharge through them is redirected back into the attic.
Using a10-watt solar panel, the fan requires no electrical wiring and can be installed to the inside face of any existing gable vent. (800) 966-7652.
Everything I have read says that the gable vent should be blocked off and to go with ridge and soffit venting.
tip Before you cover the gables, lay the matched pieces together, place the gable vent over them, mark around it and make the vent cutout (Photo 12).
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Or a look-see may be had by removing a gable vent, just as the insulators did.
But, as I understand it, the only change to the 24-foot deep section on the left, was the removal of the gable vent. Because I see no gable vent on the 28-foot deep half of the house, there must have been a connection between the two attics.
* Do not vent through a gable vent, a ridge vent, a soffit vent or through the roof in a cold climate.
Mounted between the ceiling joists, the Cool Breeze fan pulls hot air from the garage ceiling and exhausts it into the garage attic space where it exits out the ridge, roof or gable vents. Outdoor air replaces the hot exhaust to lower air temperatures and reduce the thermal heat gain of the floor, structure and contents.
When you get into high snow load areas, you can't use ridge vents, which is why Pete invented gable vents and monitors and dormers and cupolas.
Again, the provision of a fresh air source from the attic eave vents or gable vents is important, or else you could be sucking out conditioned air from inside the house.