Every roof has a ventilation system. Two of the most important vents found on your roof are on the soffit and the fascia. They’re essential in keeping your roof free of damage and in maintaining its defense against bad weather. Read on as Wilson Roofing, your trusted residential roofing contractor, discusses more.
They Both Maintain Healthy Air Circulation
The continuous flow of air through the soffit and fascia helps maintain a comfortable temperature inside your home. These vents are responsible for keeping your indoor air quality at its best. The soffit vent allows fresh air to enter your home and the fascia prevents hot air buildup in your attic. It is strategically placed on the underside of the roof for control of air flow.
They Keep the Elements Outside
The fascias are placed along the roof eaves to keep rain, snow, pests and other debris from entering your home. We offer excellent roofing services such as a professional roof inspection to keep you up to date on the condition of your fascia vents.
They Help Delay the Need for Roof Replacement
When both these roof vents are in a healthy state, so is your roofing system. A well-ventilated roof is unlikely to suffer from moisture damage, thus prolonging the lifespan of the roof. The vents work together in maintaining the beauty and functionality of your roofing system.
Wilson Roofing is the best roofing partner for your residential and commercial roofing needs. We take care of every component in your roofing system and offer quality products for our replacement services. Call us today at (855) 501-2220 or fill out our contact form to request a free project estimate. We proudly serve homeowners in Austin, TX, and nearby areas.