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St. Louis Ridge Vents & Ventilation

Proper storm restoration is about more than just fixing damage; it’s also about making sure your newly installed or repaired roof delivers the best possible performance—and roofing ventilation, such as that provided by ridge vents, is an important part of the equation.

When thinking about roofing, many homeowners don’t realize how important it is for a roof to be able to breathe. The truth is that, without proper ventilation, the lifespan of your roof shingles can be dramatically reduced.

Freedom Restoration & Roofing delivers comprehensive roofing restoration to make sure your roof protects your home and provides long-lasting performance. We’re your hometown experts, so you should expect no less!

Trusted Restoration Roofing Contractors

When a storm hits, out-of-town roofing contractors often make an appearance, knocking out as many jobs as possible before leaving again, just as quickly. In most cases, these companies are much more focused on quantity than quality, so cutting corners is par for the course. But for Freedom Restoration & Roofing, this will never be the case! We work hard to ensure that every detail is completed in the right way, and that includes installing roof ridge vent products as necessary to protect your home.

Several roof vent types are available, and we’ll assess your roof to help choose the products that make the most sense for your home. Options include soffit vents, gable-end vents, powered attic ventilators, and ridge vents.

You might be wondering why roof vents are so important. The benefits are many, and include:

  • Prevent Ice Damming: When ice and snow melt and refreeze on your roof, ice damming occurs, which can damage your roof and your home’s interior. Roof ventilation helps warm air escape and prevents ice damming.
  • Prevent Heat Damage: When hot air has no way to escape from your attic, the heat that builds up can damage your roofing shingles. A roof ridge vent helps to move this hot air outside.
  • Lower Energy Costs: Another reason for preventing the build-up of heat in the attic is to help keep energy costs in check. With vents in place to allow heat to escape, your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard to maintain a comfortable temperature.

Schedule an Inspection of Your Ridge Vents and Roof

When wind or hail damages your roof, you can count on our storm damage restoration professionals to provide fast and flawless repairs. Our veteran-owned business offers 24/7 emergency service, so we’re always here when you need us! Call Freedom Restoration & Roofing today for more information on installing ridge vent solutions, or fill out our online form now to schedule a consultation and inspection.