Roof ventilation is a key component in regulating your home’s air quality. A well-ventilated home creates a comfortable and healthy environment. It controls temperature levels in the attic, moderates dampness, and keeps moisture out of uninsulated walls.
Without proper ventilation, there is no control of airflow, which can lead to an array of issues, including health problems.
Why your home needs proper ventilation
There are many reasons for having proper roof ventilation in your home.
- To remove condensation
- To make a healthy living environment
- To regulate airflow
- To prevent damage to your home
Condensation can cause black mold wallpaper to peel, unwanted moisture, and more. These conditions can create mold and can severely affect a person’s health.
Signs you have improper roof ventilation
Thankfully, there are signs to watch for in the case of improper ventilation.
- Your windows are sweaty from condensation
- There is a musty smell in your home
- Constant moisture on surfaces
- You or other people in the home get sick too frequently
- It’s difficult to heat or cool rooms
- There is bad or uneven air circulation
- Ice dams form
- There is dust everywhere all the time
What to do if you have bad ventilation
If you notice or suspect your home has improper roof ventilation, don’t panic. We recommend you call a roofing professional so they can conduct an inspection to confirm the issue and create a plan to fix it.
Don’t procrastinate or call a random roofing company to inspect. You should contact a reliable and trustworthy roofer to take of your home. Palladium Roofing would love to hear from you and would be happy to perform a roof inspection to ensure proper ventilation and preserve your home. Give us a call today or schedule your roof inspection here!