Do you want to seal your ridge cap from gable end to gable end against vermin and ember attack but also want to keep it ventilated?

Look no further than our innovative new product called Ridge Vent. This is for straight ridges, not hips or valleys. It is corrugated in profile and manufactured from aluminium for Colorbond or Zincalume roofs or from Galvanised mesh for Gal roofs.

The size of the woven mesh means that this product meets the requirements for BAL29 when installed correctly as the gaps will be reduced to less than 3mm as is the holes in the mesh. If you are in a bushfire ember attack zone then this could help. It seals the ridge cap yet allows for ventilation. (don’t forget to weather the ends of your roof sheets like normal though) This is not designed for hips and valleys. just straight ridges like on sheds and simple roof homes like a gable to gable end.

This roofing product hides in the shadow line under the ridge cap and can be retrofit by releasing some ridge cap screws, positioning the corrugated mesh and replacing the screws. It helps keep all the usual vermin out of the shed or home-like mice, rats, snakes, lizards, birds like sparrows and small and microbats.

How to Order – Choose your pack size, select the type roofing material you have and hit buy now.

Check out our Eave Vent product here for sealing while maintaining ventilation around your eaves.

Find out how to install this product

Shipping Notice 
Shipping for these products nationally is $30 and will be added during checkout.
They travel by TOLL Road and their on-forwarders or occasionally with Australia Post.
Some locations may be deemed inaccessible by the freight network and will require collection from a regional depot.

If you wish to keep the roof of your shed ventilated but not with Whirly Bird ventilators then this is the product for you. Suits all brands of sheds where corrugated profile roofing is in use including Ranbuild, Fair Dinkum, Widespan, Sheds & Homes, Best Sheds, Shed Boss, Aussie Outdoors. 

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