How Home Without Ventilation?
Most people know the importance of ventilation in any type of roofing structure. Essentially, it functions as an air control mechanism that balances the flow of air inside a building to prevent moisture build-up, save energy, increase the interior comfort level, and increase the life span of a roof.
In warmer climates, it reduces cooling costs, while in colder climates it helps raise the attic air temperature to avoid the formation of ice dams. Whatever the location or climatic conditions, this roof covering is very beneficial.
Adequate attic ventilation is necessary to avoid various roofing problems like mould growth. If this happens, then mould removal becomes necessary. In fact, the lack of this structural element could lead to numerous problems.
Although it is certainly possible to construct a roof without ventilation, problems will continue to arise if the roofing has no intake vents to facilitate the movement of air in the attic space to keep moisture, condensation, and precipitation out of the attic.