Helping Homes Breathe Easy

Quality Edge designed, engineered and patented the most attractive and best performing soffit ventilation products in the industry. With proper ventilation, cool, dry air is drawn in through the soffit and replaces the hot damp air created in your attic.

Sophisticated Color

When you look up at your roof, your soffit is staring back at you. That’s why your soffit color might be more important than your shingles. Whether color matching the roof trim or siding, Quality Edge soffit offers a variety of solid colors and wood grain options to create an overhand that makes a statement on your home.

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Savings from Roof that Lasts Full 30 years with Proper Install & Ventilation
Homes that Don’t Meet Basic Ventilation Requirements
Energy Savings from Proper Ventilation
Homeowners Breathing Unhealthy Air

Research & Insights

Homeowners Benefits from Proper Ventilation

Building Healthier Homes

Attics need continuous ventilation at the eave edge through soffits to draw fresh air in and remove trapped hot and toxic air out through the roof exhaust vents. To accomplish a balanced ventilation system the intake must provide an NFA of 9 or greater on each side.

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Indoor Air Quality

With improved building techniques and modern materials, today’s homes are built tighter than ever, which greatly improves energy efficiency. However, the unintended side effect is that fewer air exchanges take place with outdoor air, resulting in overall poorer indoor air quality.

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Health problems associated with poor indoor air quality include:
Respiratory Diseases
Asthma Triggers
Certain Cancers
Heart Disease

Soffit benefits & Risks

Risks of Improper Ventilation

Homeowners understand the importance of having good ventilation that improves the indoor air quality of a home, since we spend 90% of our time indoors. In addition to the health risks that come from poor indoor air quality, there are risks to the materials on your home that could end up costing you thousands.

It’s often the things you don’t see that could cost you the most.

Most soffit designs don’t provide enough continuous NFA to work with roof exhaust requirements. This results in most homes not being properly ventilated; and roof manufactures won’t provide warranty coverage on homes without proper ventilation. Improper ventilation not only impacts the health and wellbeing of the homeowner but the health of the home. Without proper ventilation, warm attic air can become trapped and stagnate, lead to moisture and the formation of ice dams in winter.

Poor Ventilation Could Cost You Thousands.

Moisture & Condensation

  • Mold & Mildew Growth on Beams & Joists
  • Ruins Trusses & Wood Beams
  • Degrades Windows & Doors
  • Peeling Paint & Wallpaper

Hot & Cold Temperatures

  • Voids Shingle Warranty
  • Damage to Gutters or Trim from Ice Dams
  • Attic Heat Drives HVAC Bills
  • HVAC Wear & Tear

Lack of Protection

  • Void Roof Warranties without Proper Ventilation
  • Inability to Get Proper Permitting
  • Voids Shingle Warranty
  • Increased Energy Costs to Heat & Cool Home

Soffit Literature

Ventilation Whitepaper
Ventilation Whitepaper
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Soffit Brochure
Soffit Brochure
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QE Specification Guide
QE Specification Guide
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Educating Homeowners
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Educating Homeowners

Contractors who educate homeowners and demonstrate their differences create loyal customers and fans. Contractors who use the right soffit differentiates them from other siding and roofing contractors.

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