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I'd suggest giving some serious though to a functional Cupola (or two) (and soffit vents for intake.) Some "old fashioned things" actually make sense. A ridge vent can be a lot more restrictive than you might think - if you don't have some sort of architectural horror of cupolas, they can be very effective by comparison. If you prefer a slightly newer ...


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I am starting to research getting a new roof for my home a colonial currently with gable vents an electric fan and soffits. The previous owners painted over the exterior of the soffits and within the attic filled the soffits with loose insulation. It has been a nightmare to fix for me. The advantage to a ridge vent and soffits is they work 24/7, there ...


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If you have a 2/12 pitch roof and you are already redoing the roofing and some of the roof decking, let me recommend that instead of ventilating your very shallow and difficult-to-work-in attic, you keep it sealed and insulate the the (new) roof deck, bringing the attic into the conditioned space of the house. You have a perfect opportunity to add a really ...


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Before I added my ridge vent when we had consecutive days of 100F the attic could get up to 120-125 easy - and my roof is heavily shaded. I would come down completely soaked - like swimming pool soaked - when doing 15 minutes of electrical work. I just added a ridge vent to my attic a few months ago. Measured attic temperature after a couple of days in ...



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