Roof vents are an essential part of a healthy roof. In essence, a roof vent allows your home to breathe! If there is a buildup of moisture in the wooden paneling, it may be time to cut a hole and insert a roof vent. There can be moisture in your roof for many reasons. It could be from faulty flashing or missing shingles. It could be from the moisture in your house that rises to the ceiling (from a laundry room, kitchen, bathroom, or sauna etc). Our roof vent installation service will help correct any moisture issues that you may be facing.
Proper attic ventilation will prevent the premature aging of your roofing system. It’ll also help prevent condensation from building up within your attic and ceiling. This moisture, if left untreated, could have serious deleterious effects, such as wood rot, infestations, and ongoing roofing damage. There are many different types of roof vents, yet they all share the same purpose. It’s best to talk to a certified roofing professional, as the ‘best’ option varies from home to home. Depending on the construction of the house, you may need more soffit & ridge vents than static vents.