Picture of roof ridge vent from Grand Rapids Roofing Company, Premier Roofing and Exteriors
 

Ventilation Solutions

Updating your ventilation can make a dramatic difference in the energy efficiency of your home, and can be done during a roof replacement or independently to remediate problems causing ice dams or attic mold.

In the summer, hot humid air trapped in a poorly ventilated attic can reach temperatures of 140 degrees or higher, causing your air conditioner to work harder. In the winter, poorly ventilated attics fill with the warm air from your heating system, wasting money to heat this unused area of your home.

Premier has a solution to improve both sides of the coin: a properly ventilated attic with a ridge vent and soffit system. In essence, we create a venting system that causes cool, dry air that is drawn in at the soffit to replace the hot, moist air that rises to the ridge and leaves through the ridge vents.

A properly ventilated attic will not only save you on energy costs, it will help avoid the following common problems in West Michigan roofs and attics:

  • CTRidgeVent12UnfilteredProdImageMold and mildew growth
  • Shingle Damage and voiding of warranty from excess heat
  • Low insulation effectiveness
  • Rot and structural damage, such as delamination of sheathing
  • Unsafe air quality in the home
  • Ice buildup and water damage

 

Benefits of Ridge Vents

  • Works year-round to ventilate the attic
  • Provides evenly distributed ventilation along the entire underside of the roof
  • Slim design for visual appeal
  • Provides a higher volume of airflow per square foot of attic area than any other fixed-vent system
  • Design maximizes airflow across the entire underside of roof sheathing
  • Changes in wind direction have no significant effect on vent performance
  • Wind driven rain resistant to 100 MPH

Contact Us to discuss your Ventilation Solution!

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