Gravity Vent Delivers Natural Ventilation for Buildings With Single-Ply Roofs

Acme Cone gravity vent Acme Cone Company, a manufacturer of prefabricated custom and standard single-ply flashings, introduces a new gravity vent that delivers natural ventilation for buildings with single-ply roofs when windows and other ventilation solutions are not an option.

The Acme Cone gravity vent provides a natural ventilation solution that allows heat and stale air to exit the building. The vent is available in standard sizes of 12, 18 and 24 inches in white, gray and tan. It is now available for order and immediate shipment.

“As more property owners are looking for improvements in their buildings’ airflow and energy efficiency, we’ve seen the need for a non-powered ventilation solution increasing,” explained Business Development Director Logan Silver.

According to the company, contractors using Acme Cone’s prefabricated flashings benefit from more efficient and productive crews who aren’t spending unnecessary time flashing in the field. This leads to more efficient crews who don’t sacrifice quality for speed, provides crews with the ability to get more work done without additional labor and can deliver increased revenue from additional jobs that can be completed due to time savings.

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Acme Cone Company Relocates to Larger Headquarters

Acme Cone Company, a manufacturer of prefabricated custom and standard single-ply flashings, announced that it has moved its administrative and manufacturing operations to a new, larger location to accommodate the growing demand for their products.

“The new building has the space we need to invest in machinery and create a lean flow that will allow us to continue to meet the product demand while also gaining efficiencies in our operations,” stated Acme Cone Company CFO Tim Luck.

The company designed the floor plan to optimize space that will deliver twice the manufacturing capability over what they had in their previous location. Inventory space has also been increased to allow for the storage of products in a precise, climate-controlled environment.

“With the increasing labor shortage in the roofing industry, contractors are looking for solutions that can allow them to work smarter and faster with the same number of crews, and our prefabricated flashings do just that,” explained Luck. “We’ve been seeing increased demand year over year and knew that to continue to deliver the highest quality possible, it was time to expand into a larger, more efficient facility.”

The new headquarters is located at 495 Seneca Road, Eugene, OR 97402.

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