Our contractors consider your home’s ventilation throughout every step of the roof installation process. If a bad roofing job has left your home with poor ventilation, call Penn Roofing, Inc today to let us remedy the problem and provide the best workmanship available.
Poor ventilation in your home can cause excess heat and moisture, which lead to the deterioration of attics, roof structures, shingles, and paint. Optimum ventilation has several benefits, including that it:
- Vents out stale air and pulls in fresh air
- Is energy efficient and can lower cooling costs
- Prevents lowering R-value of insulation
- Prevents mold, mildew, and wood rot
- Is required to validate warranty coverage for many roofing shingles
Call today for an assessment of your home’s ventilation. We’ll provide recommendations that can improve and maintain your existing ventilation system.
Our specialists will discuss ventilation types like ridge vents, static vents, power vents, rotating turbine roof vents, and louvers with you. Finally, we’ll assist you in choosing the absolute best ventilation system for your home or business.
Ventilation Installation Cost
A professionally installed ventilation system includes numerous moving parts, all designed to work in tandem for your comfort. When Penn Roofing, Inc installs your ventilation system, you can count on it consistently providing efficient, filtered air. This will improve the quality of your indoor air. It’s difficult to set a specific price on comfort and improved health. For instance, while an active ventilation system will cost more than a passive one, it also offers more health benefits.
At Penn Roofing, Inc we provide a complete proposal for our services before we begin any work. Our proposal will consider the type of ventilation system, the size of your home, the material needed, and the required work force. We do not include any hidden fees or extra costs. By keeping our services affordable and high-quality, we ensure customer satisfaction.
House Ventilation Installation
An energy-efficient home – whether new and old – needs some form of efficient roof ventilation system to ensure good-quality indoor air. There are a variety of home ventilation systems on the market, including ridge vents, turbines, static vents, and power vents. Our experienced technicians can advise you on a system that fits your needs. We will take both your budget and the size of your home into account.
Roof Ventilation Installation
A passive roof ventilation system expels excess heat from within the home and reduces moisture levels inside. Any such ventilation system must adequately balance the incoming with the outgoing air. Homeowners should also plan on performing annual system maintenance. Roof ventilation systems encourage natural air flow throughout the household using motorized fans. These vents enhance the comfort of the home by removing hot, stale air during the summer. During the winter, the same ventilation system reduces moisture, which leads to rot and mold growth. In any season, then, roof ventilation systems improve a house’s comfort and healthfulness.
Our experienced installation experts can install a proper roof ventilation system and integrate it into your home. A professional technician should check each vent, to ensure that the system operates smoothly. At Penn Roofing, Inc we make sure your roof ventilation system provides the maximum benefit to your home!
What are the advantages of installing a home ventilation system?
A home ventilation system will both make your home more energy-efficient and lower your monthly bills. Specifically, it will help you save on heating and air conditioning. You see, without a whole-home ventilation system, hot air can escape from your home during the winter. In the summer, the same thing happens to cold air. Your home may also take in more hot or cold air. This reduces the overall efficiency of your heating and cooling system. In turn, this costs you more money. So, if you’re interested in saving money each month, you should consider investing in a ventilation system. A properly installed ventilation system can also significantly increase the indoor air quality of your home or office. This, in turn, leads to better health, fewer visits to the doctor, and more money in your pocket. A whole-home ventilation system has no real disadvantages.
Why should I install a ventilation system?
A ventilation system brings many benefits to your building. You might find the initial investment costly, but it will benefit you for the foreseeable future. With a professionally installed ventilation system, your building will enjoy fewer air impurities, proper temperature regulation, and reduced condensation. As a building owner, you can count on numerous health benefits and monthly savings. Indoor air pollution, coupled with bad ventilation, can cause numerous health problems such as headaches, allergies, asthma, and rashes. A proper ventilation system will help you to avoid all of this. If that doesn’t convince you, think of the money you could save. When you have a ventilation system, less hot and cold air can escape from your home. This energy-efficiency means less money spent on your heating and cooling system. Without a ventilation system, your heating and cooling system has to run almost constantly to make up for the lost air.