Your household won’t be free from issues when it doesn’t have an adequate roof
ventilation. Neglecting to install a proper ventilation for your roof may cause major
problems in your household.
By working to have enough ventilation in your roof, you are protecting your property
from moisture build-ups and the issues associated with it like mold growth. Mold growth
does not look pleasant to the eyes.
Dampness on any part of your home is not a good sign, especially on wood. Wood
easily deteriorates when it gets damp more frequently. Dampness in the roof occurs
when warm and moist air comes into contact with colder surfaces like in the roof.
Moisture is the culprit to almost every problem lying deep within your household.
Roofing materials are better protected when good roof vents are installed. You’ll be
saved from high repair costs by having vents.
Another benefit of having sufficient ventilation is that it cuts down energy costs by
allowing air to flow. Vents allow the temperature inside and outside to get even.
Before exploring how to ventilate an attic space, the first thing to do is to determine how much
ventilation is needed. Vents in the attic are required by most building codes and roofing material
manufacturers. Usually, building codes require a ratio of 1:150 ventilation space to attic floor
There are numerous options available to provide the right amount of ventilation for your roof and
your attic space. Choosing the right vent for your property is utmost important. Some of which
are the ridge vents, soffit vents, insulation baffles, powered attic fans and gable vents.
If you don’t know where to start then it’s better to consult your roofing contractor for the
installation of vents in your property and allow your property to ‘breathe’ fully.