Unlike other systems that rely on fasteners, adhesives or ballast, a wind vented roofing system is a roofing system that takes advantage of negative pressure or the wind to help secure the roof. The harder the wind blows across your roof, the tighter it holds down. Do they work?
Our roofs have been subjected to hurricane force winds and tornadoes and have withstood their forces
We are the originators of Wind Vented™ /Negative Pressure Roofing Systems!
Exactly what is a Wind Vented™ /Negative Pressure Roofing System?
Documents & Magazine Articles
Here are some in depth documents which describe in detail various scenarios and advantages of the 2001 Company System:
The majority of our Documents and Manuals are located in the Technical Library.
We offer an Architectural Manual, with up to date technical specifications and details.
We also offer a Contractor Manual, which has 11 in depth sections full of detailed information about our system and all the logic that goes into it!
Our Technical Drawings & Details section contains a large library of details (PDF & JPG). Below are PDF’s that you can view:
Overview of The 2001 Co Wind Vented Roof System – Our Sales Brochure
How To Dry a Wet Roof – Our very colorful and popular booklet!
Wind Vented Technology Explained – A small presentation on how our system works
Severe Hail Damage Testing, Dec. 2001 – Testing at Koontz & Associates, Hobbs, NM.
Here are some magazine articles about our system:
Architectural West, January\February 2005 – Wind Uplift Considerations, UC Hayward Medical Building
Roofing Contractor, April 2001– Iowa State University, Schelman Center
Roofing Contractor, May 2003 – Update on Iowa State University, Schelman Center
Roofing Contractor, June 2004 – 94 Dodge Place in Omaha, NB installs a 2001 Co. Wind Vented Roof.
RCI Interface; Warren French Article, September 2003 – Pressure Equalized Single-Ply Drying
Western Roofing November\December 1997 – Venting Moisture (How to Dry a Wet Roof)