Get Insight Into Your Attic Ventilation
Does it ever feel stuffy in your living room?
When your rooms are stuffy or humid, you can tell you lack ventilation immediately. In these cases, you can open the window or turn on the ceiling fan and your problem is fixed. Lack of ventilation can be elusive, though, when it’s located in the attic. After all, you rarely go up there, and when you do, it’s usually only for a short time.
But when you leave, problems persist.
Effects of poor ventilation include:
- Structural damage of floors/walls/joists
- Increased ice damming on your roof
- Mold and rust from excess moisture
- Lowered energy efficiency
And attic inspector can quickly spot these issues.
And like sealing and insulation, their are specific cures to ventilation issues. The improvements are one attic inspection away.