Roof Ventilation in Dallas-Fort Worth

Optimize your home's comfort and energy efficiency with our roof ventilation services, ensuring a well-ventilated and healthy living space.

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Why Choose Select Roofing For Your Attic Ventilation Project

We Use The Best Materials

While other contractors cheap out and use lower quality materials, we use the stuff that ensures your roof lasts as long as possible.

Expert Roofers

Our roofing crews aren't just trained; they're craftsmen with years of experience under their belts. You can rest assured your roofing system will be installed correctly.

Workmanship Warranty

We provide a 10-year workmanship warranty on all of our roofs. We stand behind our work and want to ensure you get the quality roof we promised you.


Dylan and John are directly involved with every project, making sure you're taken care of. Most roofing companies do not do this.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much ventilation does my attic need?

Attic ventilation requirements depend on the size and design of your attic, but a general guideline is to have a 1:150 ratio of ventilation (1 square foot of ventilation for every 150 square feet of attic floor space). This ratio is typically divided between intake and exhaust vents to create airflow, with roughly 50% of the vents serving as intake and 50% as exhaust. Adequate ventilation helps regulate temperature and moisture in the attic, extending the life of your roof and preventing issues like ice dams and mold growth. However, specific requirements can vary based on your climate, local building codes, and the type of roofing material.

Do you need attic ventilation with spray foam insulation?

Attic ventilation is generally not needed when using spray foam insulation because spray foam provides an effective air and moisture barrier. In some cases, with proper installation, spray foam can eliminate the need for traditional attic ventilation. However, you will need to condition the attic space to match the house's temperature.

Can you have too much attic ventilation?

Yes, it is possible to have too much attic ventilation. While proper ventilation is essential to regulate temperature and moisture in the attic, excessive ventilation can create problems, such as overcooling in the winter or excessive heat loss. It can also disrupt the natural airflow patterns in the attic. Therefore, it's important to follow local building codes and industry guidelines when determining the appropriate amount of attic ventilation for your specific circumstances, taking into account factors like attic size, climate, and insulation type.

Why does my attic need ventilation?

Attic ventilation is essential for several reasons. First, it helps regulate temperature extremes by allowing hot air to escape in the summer and preventing ice dams in the winter. Second, it controls moisture buildup, preventing mold and rot. Proper ventilation also extends the life of roofing materials by reducing heat-related damage. Overall, attic ventilation contributes to a healthier and more energy-efficient home by maintaining a balanced and stable attic environment, which, in turn, benefits your living space below.