Roof Vents Installed For Complete Efficiency
Thinking of getting roof vents installed this summer? Not sure if roof ventilation will help to cool your home more efficiently this summer? Did you know we are not just about gutter cleaning
Want to know how much it costs to install a quality and efficient roofing ventilation system? Take a look at the following diagram for a great guide on how roof ventilation systems keep your roofing space cooler and help to reduce energy costs during the hot South Australian summer months. There are several other components often forgotten about when installing a roof ventilation system. When installing a turbine Whirlybird ventilator ensure that air intake vents are also installed.
When roof ventilators are installed correctly, it will drastically cool down the roofing space when hot weather starts to heat up your walls, windows and pavement outside your home or commercial premises. Without having smaller intake vents installed, the whirlybird ventilator will not be as efficient at cooling your roof space compared to a ventilation system that has the right amount of intake ventilators to allow the turbine roof ventilator to draw in cooler air into your roofing space.
Roof Ventilation Systems Correctly Installed
When getting roof ventilation installed, its important to ensure that there is also several intake vents so that the turbine roof ventilator can draw cooler outside air from the intake roof vents installed under roofing eaves. The cooler outside air is then drawn into the roofing space and the turbine ventilator will expel the hot air that is in the enclosed roofing space during Adelaide’s hotter months in Summer. Many people in South Australia and roof vent installation companies only install the turbine roof vents but not the intake vents. These intake vents are vital to any roofing ventilation system and is required if an efficient roof ventilation system is a must.
Intake Roof Vents & Roof Moisture Buildup
When roof ventilation is installed, many forget that correctly installed roof vents also keep the build up of moisture and condensation from the roofing space during those wet and rainy winter months that go on and on in Adelaide, South Australia. When a roof ventilation system is installed correctly then the constant airflow through the roofing cavity will prevent moisture from building up and often creating mold, attracting insects and causing other kinds of water damage due to the regular dampness that can be found in most residential homes around Adelaide, South Australia. So when looking to install a roof vent system, its important to ask the installer if they are also going to install smaller intake vents so that the maximum benefit can be achieved from the turbine roof ventilator.