Attic Ventilation Parker | Attic Ventilation Parker, TX

When the majority of homeowners think about their roof, they ordinarily think of a structure designed to keep wind and rain outside of the home. The truth is a more complicated than just a wind and rain protector. A good roof, in Parker, does much more. A good roof will allow some air to cycle through, typically from the lowest point to the highest for the hot air producing summer days. In fact, the lack of sufficient ventilation can be detrimental to the roof and its structure, by causing deterioration and leaks.

ATTIC VENTILATION KEEPS YOUR HOME MORE COMFORTABLE

During the winter, a sufficiently ventilated roof is less likely to develop hot patches that can cause uneven ice melting. During the summer months, a roof that can’t sufficiently breathe traps super-heated, causing damage to the structure from within. Attic Ventilation, in Parker homes, keeps the roof from aging prematurely and helps decrease utility bills. If heat does not escape through the system it will transfer into the living areas. Sufficient attic ventilation directly reduces the utility costs, for Parker residents. The basics of attic ventilation include a combination of vents and an attic fan. The soffit vents are ordinarily located beneath the eaves, whereas other vents are ordinarily found at the very top of the gables. They are designed so air can enter, while not allowing in rain or other precipitation. Attic fans expel moist, warm air before it can collect in the attic. The system ordinarily works well, but problems come up when the attic is not completely sealed off from the living area. Insufficient sealing of the attic can cause undesired drafts in the home and energy loss.

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During the winter, a sufficiently ventilated roof is less likely to develop hot patches that can cause uneven ice melting. During the summer months, a roof that can’t sufficiently breathe traps super-heated, causing damage to the structure from within. Attic Ventilation, in Parker homes, keeps the roof from aging prematurely and helps decrease utility bills. If heat does not escape through the system it will transfer into the living areas. Sufficient attic ventilation directly reduces the utility costs, for Parker residents. The basics of attic ventilation include a combination of vents and an attic fan. The soffit vents are ordinarily located beneath the eaves, whereas other vents are ordinarily found at the very top of the gables. They are designed so air can enter, while not allowing in rain or other precipitation. Attic fans expel moist, warm air before it can collect in the attic. The system ordinarily works well, but problems come up when the attic is not completely sealed off from the living area. Insufficient sealing of the attic can cause undesired drafts in the home and energy loss.

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Sufficient ventilation can effectively double the life of a roof and prevent common problems. Every attic should be inspected for leaks and to make sure that the system is working correctly. Efficient Home Solutions has a team of technicians trained in state of the art home efficiency techniques. Our ongoing training keeps us abreast of new technology and changes in suggestions. We can conduct a full attic ventilation audit focused on efficiency and dependability. We will provide you with a full list of reliable suggestions including if your home has the sufficient number of vents and if they are located as recommended. After inspecting many homes over the years, our technicians have found many items that can obstruct air flow or create

insufficient air intake in your Parker home. To help, we have pulled together a short list of the more common issues:

  • Interior exhaust ducts venting into the attic space. Exhaust ducts, such as bathroom fans or clothes dryers, should vent to the outside.
  • Non-existent or too few soffit vents to provide adequate air intake. The ideal situation is to have soffit vents
  • uninterruptedly running down the entire length of the eave.

  • Insufficient installation of soffit vent baffles.
  • Obstructed soffit vents by paint, debris or insulation, ordinarily inside the eaves thus impeding air flow.
  • None, or too few, working power ventilators.
  • Ridge vents installed with other existing attic vents.

Whatever your needs, we can make your home more energy efficient. Financing is available if you need it.
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To solve these problems, we have choice products for you to choose from. The number of each will depend on your Parker home and its unique design. The products or the number thereof, will be different for your home than any other. Efficient Home Solutions technicians understand this and will help in providing the best suggestions based on our audit.

  • Electric Powered Fans
  • Gable Ventilation
  • Crawl Space Ventilation Fans
  • Solar Powered Attic Fans
  • Soffit Ventilation
  • Ridge Vents
  • Roof Ventilation

Contact Efficient Home Solutions today at (972)235-2600 or submit the form to the right.

     

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