Have you ever had anything done to your attic ventilation? If you’re like most homeowners, you probably haven’t given it a second thought. You may not even know what type of ventilation system you have in place.
Is your attic too hot to handle? We can help!
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Fortunately, we’re here to handle all of your ventilation needs. We have years of experience in the industry and can install, repair, or replace any type of attic ventilation. If you’ve determined that your ventilation just isn’t working as it should, it’s time to call in the pros.
Attic Ventilation Installation
When it comes to updating or installing new attic ventilation, you don’t want to rush things. We have to take the time to make certain we know which attic ventilation system is right for you. We will measure the size of your home, inspect your roof, and more.
Once we’ve determined which system works for you, we’ll schedule your attic ventilation installation. If we’re repairing or replacing the same type of system, it won’t take too long. If we need to upgrade to a different type of ventilation system, it may take longer. We may have to cut new holes in your roof, for example.
Attic fans are the moving part of your ventilation system. These fans push warm, moist air out of the attic and allow for cool, dry air to move in. Some types of attic ventilation used passive fans that are blown by the wind.
Others use motorized vent fans that draw power from your home’s electrical grid or from solar panels. Some types of vents, such as soffit vents and cupola vents, don’t use any fans at all. These vents are usually installed as secondary ventilation systems because of this.
Benefits of a Well Ventilated Attic
There are many great benefits to having the proper attic ventilation system installed in your home. By venting hot, humid air during the summer, you can make it much easier and cheaper to cool your house.
Vents also remove the moisture that can lead to roof rot and mold growth. If mold does infect your home, it can damage your roof, your attic, and even affect your health. Proper ventilation takes care of these issues.
We provide attic ventilation installation in Birmingham, AL and the surrounding areas.