Attic ventilation, will help fight the sweltering heat, prolong the life of your roofing materials, and reduce moisture in your attic. With the right type of attic vent, it can also save you money. But not all attic vents are alike, and it is important that they are installed properly by a professional. Call us today if you would like to hear more about the benefits of attic ventilation.
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Vents keep your attic cool 24-hours a day and reduce the amount of heat transferred to your home. We guarantee that your home has unreasonably high moisture levels as most homes in the U.S. do, and this can lead to premature aging of your shingles or any roofing materials.
Lack of ventilation can lead to mold, wasted energy, early roof deterioration, ceiling stains, and more. Without ventilation, you will also be dealing with warping or cracking of your wood framing, and damage to siding.
Attic ventilation can nearly eliminate the problems associated with high moisture levels, but to reap the benefits of attic ventilation, the right attic vent must be installed correctly. Luckily, our highly-trained roofers are pros at installing and servicing attic vents.
Attic Ventilation Benefits
- Allows for air to flow naturally up and out of your attic
- Provides a cooler and dryer attic
- Prevents trapped moisture in insulation, wood, shingles, and the roof deck
- Prevents mildew, mold, rotting, drywall damage, and warped siding
- Consistent ventilation without increased energy consumption
Call us today for more information on attic ventilation. We will advise you on the right type of vent for your property and roofing system.
Ridge vents offer consistent cooling for the whole roof deck. Ridge vents are paired with soffit vents to allow for continuous air flow. Cooler air enters the attic by way of the lower soffit vent and with the sun’s heat acting as an accelerator, it convects air upward under the roof deck. This allows for fresh air to fill the underside of the roof. Our roofers install metal ridge vents and shingle-over vents at residential and commercial properties.
Solar vents provide attic ventilation through the use of solar energy. They run during the day by collecting their power from direct sunlight and converting it to electricity. There is no additional energy cost for solar vents. One added benefit of the solar vent versus other attic vents, it doesn't wait until the attic is incredibly hot before kicking on because it runs continuously anytime there is direct sunlight.
If you have questions about attic ventilation, or would like to schedule a roof inspection to learn what type of attic vent would work for you, contact our office today.
As your trusted roofing contractor, we install attic ventilation in Orange Park, Green Cove Springs, Middleburg, Fleming Island, and surrounding cities