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  • Writer's pictureCid Herlein

Why is attic ventilation important?

Moisture is the most common element that can ruin a healthy roof. Inadequate ventilation traps moisture in the attic, leading to condensation, mold growth, and wood rot.

During colder months, warm air from inside the house can rise and become trapped in the attic. Without proper ventilation, this warm air meets the cooler underside of the roof, resulting in condensation. Over time, this moisture can compromise the structural integrity of the roof, causing wood rot and reducing its lifespan.

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