I had a quick question about spray foam insulation. We have to redo our roof since there's a lot of damage and my husband keeps talking about using spray foam insulation. Does anyone know if you need roof vents with spray foam insulation?
Answered: 2019-10-15 19:53:54
I read somewhere that the weather and climate type that you live in can effect whether you should or shouldn’t need a vent in your house or not. There are also other things that can influence on getting one like construction materials and anticipated vapor drive. I hope this little bit of information helps you.
If you hire a professional, they will probably know if your house needs a vent in it if you use spray foam ventilation. I think I did hear about how temperature inside and outside your house, the building type, and other things can impact on whether you need a vent or not.
This was a tricky question since some buildings call for vents and some don’t. I guess some people think that temperatures inside and outside the house could influence whether you need a vent or not. I think it should be the professional’s opinion on if you need one or not for your specific house.
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