How Can You Stop The Shingles On Your Ridge Vent From Continually Being Blown Off By High Winds?
The ridge vent on top of a roof acts like an exhaust vent for the attic, letting air flow through the attic in order to keep it cool. Ridge vents also prevent humidity from building up inside the attic, which protects it from mildew and mold growth. Ridge vents are protected from the elements by shingles called ridge caps. The ridge caps are exposed to the strongest winds during a storm, and this makes them more prone to blowing off in high winds compared to shingles lower on your roof.…Read More »