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Roof Ventilation Services In Pittsburgh, PA

Did you know that your roof is one of the most important parts of your home?

It's not just there to look pretty and keep the rain out—it's also a major part of keeping your home insulated, which helps you stay warm (or cool) and save money on your energy bill. But have you ever thought about how well your roof insulates? It may surprise you that proper roof ventilation is a big part of that.

If your roof isn't ventilated properly, it can cause condensation in the attic, leading to mold growth and water damage. In extreme cases, it can even void your warranty for the shingles! That means that if something happens to them due to improper ventilation, you may not be able to get them replaced or fixed from warranties as you might expect.

Properly ventilating your roof will help extend its life expectancy, so you don't have to replace it as often—and if you need new shingles, we can help you find the perfect ones for your home. There are many roof ventilation options to choose from which will protect your roof. With years of experience, we help homeowners make the best decision for their homes.

Different Types Of Roof Vents For Your Home

We offer a variety of roof ventilation options to suit your home. We can provide you with all the information you need to choose the right option for your home, and if you need more help, we have a team of expert installers who will guide you through the process from start to finish.

Gable Vents

Gable vents are the most common type of roof vent. They're installed on the top of a gable end and are usually made of aluminum. They have louvers that direct air into the attic.

Soffit Vents

Soffit vents are small roof vents that fit over the soffits, directing air into the attic.

Turbine Vents

Turbine vents use the wind to circulate air through your home. The wind powers them, so you don't have to pay for electricity or anything like that.

Ridge Vents

Ridge vents are a great way to add ventilation to your home. The ridge vent is placed on the ridge of your roof, and it allows air to flow through the attic and out.

Get Your Roof Ventilation Installed By The Best Roofing Company

Are you having trouble with your roof ventilation? Do you need assistance choosing the right vent from the various roof ventilation options available on the market? If so, don't worry! McClellands Contracting and Roofing LLC is here to help. We are a family-owned business that has been serving the people of the Pittsburgh area for years.

Our team of experienced professionals will come to your home and assess your needs, then provide a free written estimate before any work is done. We pride ourselves on being honest and dependable, so you can trust that we'll give you an accurate estimate and do everything we can to ensure your roof ventilation installation is done right.

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