How to Improve Roof Ventilation
Summer days are here again, and those extreme heatwaves are becoming more intense, more common, more severe, and longer lasting because of global warming. Summertime is full of vitamin D, serotonin, and happiness, but the game turns much complex since extreme heat days may overheat the human body and your home.
Why is my house too hot? This problem is generally the result of a poorly ventilated roof, but there are also several reasons why your house gets too hot during summer days, such as:
- Dark-colored roofs are more prone to trap heat.
- Damaged or aging air conditioner.
- Leaky or cracked roof.
- Closed or obstructed air vents.
- Poorly ventilated roof.
- Cracked, deteriorated, or leaked windows.
How to cool your house? Air conditioning is the easiest way to keep your family and house cool all summer long, but your house is more likely to experience widespread power outages during these hot summer months. Also, good roof ventilation will allow the hot air to escape to keep your home cool and safe even when it is too hot outside.
Why? Neither the most advanced air conditioners will keep your home comfortable if your roof ventilation is limited. In this situation, good roof ventilation will decrease power usage while maintaining your home comfortable, keep your family safe, and beat the heat even when the temperature is heating up.
Experiencing temperature inconsistencies during hot summer days is definitely an annoying experience, but the good news is that we can help you to solve it without spending a fortune. You can give us a call at 81962698 or submit an online request and get a free roof inspection service!