Embers Out makes it easy for you to protect your home.

Posted by George Sherry on

If you live in the U.S.A chances are you live in an area prone to severe weather and need a protective vent.

Embers Out makes it easy for you to protect your home. Whether you’re looking for a long-term robust venting solution or a short-term one you have options with our vent solutions.

If you live in an area with extreme weather like wildfires, hurricanes, high-winds you have choices:

Vents are a robust solution that you don’t have to worry about replacing

Filters are built with same interior mesh design providing a quick solution at a lower price

Do you own your home?

Vents or Filters are good for both. Filters attach to existing vents. Existing vents need to be in good condition prior to attaching the Embers Out filter. Our filter won’t corrode or fail but we cannot be certain of the existing vent it’s attached to.

Filters are less expensive

If you want to have a peace of mind with your vents then the retrofit gable or new construction soffit vents

Are you looking for a long-term solution where you install the vent once and forget it?

Vents never need changing.

Filters can last just as long but we recommend checking every four years to see the existing vent is still in good condition.

Do you rent your home?

Filters are the best choice if you rent. You can take them with you when you move.

Are you a home builder or architect?

We offer retrofit and new construction Vents and are able to do custom orders. We would be more than interested in speaking to you about your project.

Are you a property management company?

Depending on your property type(s) either Vents or Filters. Call us and let’s see how we can help with the properties you oversee.

Are you a DIY type?

Regardless of where your home is on the map above, either Vents or Filters will be easy for you to install.

What type of budget do you have?

Filters are less expensive than Vents. Call us about pricing. We’re a small, family-owned business and appreciate working within a budget.