It’s easy to think of an attic as a “spare room” in your house, simply existing to shelter old junk—in case something suddenly turns up—rather than housing individuals. However, whether you notice it or not, a well-ventilated attic works hand-in-hand with the rooftop, serving as the cornerstone of comfort and stability for a home’s environment.
It functions as a backup support system for the roof, further reinforcing its filtering. Having that air duct far up at the top of the indoors will keep your house pleasant and clean inside and out.
Attic ventilation regulates air quality and exposure by:
1) Balancing hot temperatures with cold temperatures.
2) Blowing oxygen evenly throughout both the interior and exterior of the house.
This process ensures purity all year long, minimizing the odds of roof-degrading icicles and moisture. These systems typically work in collaboration with appliances such as air conditioners and refrigerators, sampling some of their own energy to be dispersed.
An air duct system is to a house, what beams are to a bridge; it continually holds the house in perfect position, supporting the most extreme levels of intensity without as much as a twitch.