|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|venting g tube||0.53||0.3||4500||70|
|venting hot water heater||0.76||0.3||4992||87|
|venting a dryer||0.46||0.9||5366||42|
|venting a toilet||1.81||0.6||4012||60|
|venting a pellet stove||1.13||0.5||167||57|
|venting peg tube||1.56||0.1||5619||46|
|venting a bathroom fan||1.69||1||158||19|
Theory behind venting. In a hot climate, the primary purpose of ventilation is to expel solar-heated hot air from the attic or roof to reduce the building’s cooling load and to relieve the strain on air-conditioning systems. In mixed climates, ventilation serves either role, depending on the season.What does venting means?
(vĕnt) n. 1. Forceful expression or release of pent-up thoughts or feelings: give vent to one's anger. 2. An opening permitting the escape of fumes, a liquid, a gas, or steam. 3. The small hole at the breech of a gun through which the charge is ignited.What is another word for venting?
Another word for vent. vent. n. ventilator, vent hole, venting hole, ventiduct, liquid-vent, vent faucet, molding, touchhole, drain, smoke hole, flue, aperture; see also chimney.What is the opposite of venting?
Antonyms for venting include absorption, concealment, containment, refrain, repression, suppression, withholding, inhibition, restraint and checking. Find more ...