Attic ventilation is intended to remove moisture from your attic in the winter months and eliminate solar heat in the summer. Preventing moisture from entering the attic in the first place is now recognized as the best way to keep attic insulation dry.
Ceilings and bypasses need to be sealed, and insulation should be brought to an adequate level. If kitchen and bath exhaust vents are not vented through the roof, they are venting warm moist air into the attic, adding to the problems of mold and frost. Our team is fully prepared to assess each of the vents throughout your home.
Our team can address each of the following vents:
• Ridge Ventilation
• Soffit Ventilation
• Baffle Chutes
• Gable Vents
• Bath & Dryer Vents
• Roof Vents