I am building an 8x12 shed and leaning toward a ridge vent/soffit vents for my ventilation. The gable vents won't really work with the aesthetic on the sides.
I'm building simple trusses using 2x4s and gusset plates. This means that my roof peak is "sharp" (it's going to be 6/12, so I think that means my roof peak angle is 60º).
All of the videos I see for ridge vent installs are on roofs with ridge boards running down the peak. All of these ridge vents appear to be resting on a much "flatter" peak, as the ridge board rounds out the peak a bit.
Will I have any issues installing the ridge vent in this application? I realize I'll be cutting back 1" on each side of the peak for the ventilation, but the rafters will still create a sharp peak every 24".
Or is this just not the way to go for this type of simple shed build?