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Attic Ventilation


Attic Ventilation

Attic condensation may be created by improper ventilation. Sometimes, attic condensation can exist for years without being detected. If you have a water leak inside ceiling fixtures, around the attic hatch, or even on your walls, then you may have a condensation problem. This can happen in the winter months, especially when the temperature changes rapidly from minus 30 to plus 2 degrees.

A good ventilation system is relatively inexpensive. However, it does require careful planning and installation. At Safe Roofing, we first inspect your roof and then recommend the best-suited ventilation system for your home. The cost of a ventilation system with an installation is between $300 to $1000.

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Types of roof ventilation

Standard Top Roof Vent (also called Box Vent) is installed on a sloped, shingled roof to ventilate warm air out from the attic space. The most common ones have a net free area of 50 sq. in.

WeatherPro Turbo Roof Vent (also called Tall Vent) has a much larger 117 sq. in. of net free area and stands tall on the roof.

Ridge Venting allows smooth airflow over the ridgeline, maximizing effective ventilation from the attic space. They feature 18.3 sq. in. per linear feet of net free area.

WeatherPro Slantback Roof Vent (also called Intake Vent) is often used as intake vents when soffit ventilation is blocked.

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