Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated October 21, 2020)
Whether it is during the hot summer months, or the deepest and darkest parts of the winter season, heating and cooling a home can easily be one of the largest expenses that any home owners can find themselves faced with. Perhaps the single easiest method that homeowners have for lowering these costs is by adding a soffit or vent to the home that doesn't already have one.
Installing soffits is a surprisingly easy project that even a beginning home improvement enthusiast can do themselves. While there are many different kinds of vents that could be added to a home, soffits are perhaps the easiest method, and the one that we will be talking about here. Simply follow these steps, and you will find that you will have a new soffit installed within two hours.
Keep in mind that this is only step one in the entire process of improving the air flow for your home. The next step would be to install a roof vent. Again this is a procedure that isn't terribly difficult to accomplish. In fact, you will find it to be about the same level of difficulty and time expended as installing a soffit was.
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