Properly installed ridge vents provide air flow through your attic allowing for temperatures to balance between the attic interior and the outside environment.


Soffit vents allow the intake of air into your crawlspace or attic through venting in your eaves and overhangs.


Sometimes called weatherguard or weathershield, ice and water shield is a rubberized material that comes in a roll just like felt paper.

Troubleshooting Leaks and Gutters

Water backs up onto roofing. Water runs down fascia and siding. Gutter or downspout clogged or damaged. Gutter protection or leaf guard is daming water.
Water backs up in one end of the gutter. Incorrect slope of gutter. Loose gutter spikes or hangers causing sagging.
Gutter Leaks Loose joint, solder or hole.
Soffit wet or leaking Leak in your roof somewhere.
Loose fascia Gutter or downspout damaged or faulty. Faceboard damaged or structural damage.
Ice buildup at eave or over gutters. Inadequate attic ventilation. Blocked soffit
Attic Leaks Damaged roofing, shingle or flashing. Gutter damaged. Skylight, soilpipe or chimney damaged or leaking in flashing around each.
Damp attic Blocked soffit vent, Roof vents not working properly. Improper ventilation and insulation.
Blocked soffit vents Insulation or bird nests
Gable vent loose or damaged Wind or weather damage, bird nests
Water runoff runs behind gutter and down fascia Insufficient roof overhang.
Water runoff below downspout erodes gound around foundation No splash block or splashblock is out of place.
Loose or rattling downspout Loose bracket