It's understandable that roof ventilation is often overlooked, as most people are simply worried about their roof keeping their home dry. However, a well-ventilated roof can make life easier and better for those living beneath it. Proper roof and attic ventilation can lower heating and cooling costs, improve interior comfort, and grant longer life to roof shingles.
In the summertime, a properly ventilated roof allows hot air in the attic to escape, reducing the demand on your air conditioning system. In the winter, ventilation combines with good attic insulation to keep the roof surface cold, so that snow won't melt on the roof surface and then freeze to form ice dams along the eaves.
AllGood Home Improvements installs and repairs ridge vents and other types of roof vents. We are Greater Pittsburgh's expert roofing contractors for roofing solutions that include roof repair, roof replacement and more. Contact us for a free quote for ridge vent installation in Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh, Bethel Park, Monroeville, Greensburg, Washington, Mckeesport, Wheeling, Irwin, Wexford and throughout Pennsylvania.
There are different types of roof vents, and different strategies for achieving effective roof ventilation. Here's a brief overview:
If your roof is not well-ventilated, ask a roofing contractor about improving roof ventilation with ridge, soffit or gable-end vents. All of these roof vents can be installed in an existing roof, or when your roofing is being replaced.
The specialists at AllGood Home Improvements can help you choose the right type of roof vents for your home to help you gain a properly-balanced attic ventilation system.
Get a Free Estimate to repair or install roof vents and improve your attic ventilation. Our professional roofing services are available throughout Greater Pittsburgh, including Pittsburgh, Mt. Lebanon, Bethel Park, Mckeesport, Monroeville, Greensburg, Wexford, Wheeling, Irwin, Washington, and nearby. Call us at 1-844-890-4153 or get an online estimate for all of your roofing needs.
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