Ridge Vents For Greater Salt Lake City

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Salt Lake City Ridge Vents & Roof Ventilation

One of the most overlooked sectors of your house is roof ventilation. Most people do not think of keeping their homes roof dry, but the savvy homeowner knows that a dry roof can slash utility costs and improve comfort, and even lengthen the life of your Salt Lake City roof. Roofing Utah has been serving Greater SLC with premium ridge vents and roof ventilation services since we were founded. 

During the summer months, if your roof is properly ventilated, hot air in the attic will be able to escape, reducing the load put on your cooling system. During the winter time, proper ventilation will work together with quality insulation in your attic to keep snow from melting and refreezing on the roof surface.  In both cases, a well ventilated roof from Roofing Utah can make all the difference. Call 385-799-8824 today and schedule your free estimate and see how new ridge vents and proper roof ventilation can help your Salt Lake City home!

At Roofing Utah, we install soffit, gable and ridge vents for superior attic ventilation, as well as other types of vents.  WIth years of expertise, we are the area’s premier roof replacement company.  

Types of Ridge Vents

  • Ridge vents are installed along the ridge of the roof, and the most important in any passive roof ventilation system.  Accumulated hot air in the attic rises through convection, before escaping through the ridge vents.
  • Soffit vents run parallel to the eaves along the soffit, working with both gable and ridge vents to ensure your ventilation system is running at peak efficiency.  
  • Gable-end vents are installed near the peak of a gable end.  This screened vent will allow hot air to leave the attic, or for fresh air to enter.  This is dependent on wind direction and temperature.
  • PAVs, or Powered attic ventilators, come in many forms, with some made to be roof-mounted and others to be mounted on an attic floor or gable-end.  Every PAV contains an electric powered fan most often directly controlled by an internal thermostat.  This measure is not usually necessary if your passive ventilation system is working correctly.

Add roof vents to ensure a long-lasting roof over your head

Call the company you trust your roof ventilation to.  Roofing Utah will even work with your insurance company, working to file claims and supply you with complete records. We are so confident we are even offering a risk-free consultation. Simply call 385-799-8824 or fill out our brief form to get started. At Roofing Utah, your roof ventilation headquarters in Salt Lake City!

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