There are many types of ventilation used on the modern roofs. But the one thing that they have in common is they extend the life of your roof. And if your roof is happy and healthy over the long run, you’ll save time and money by staving off costly repairs.
How exactly does ventilation save you money?
Whether we’re talking about a ‘whirlybird’ vent, a static vent, a Dormer vent or a Gable vent, vents distribute air inside and under the roof. Warmer air can escape up and outside and cool air can be drawn down and in. And on cold days when it’s wet and damp, the flow helps distribute the air keeping it moving. This movement is critical in preventing molds, mildew, and rust, which are a few of the main culprits causing roof damage.
And since we give our customers a 10-year warranty on parts and labor on all our roofs, we know the exact spacing and distribution needed to keep your roof strong for years to come.