Ventilation and Insulation

Q & A Roof  Ventilation

Q&A – What Should I Do With My Roof Ventilation?

With a 1950s house and mold in the attic, this Georgia homeowner wanted recommendations for properly ventilating the attic. John, a homeowner in Georgia, wanted some advice on what the best ventilation methods would be to eliminate further mold damage and roof leaks. John asked: What should I do with ...


MRA Stop sweating it

Stop Sweating It: Dispelling 6 Myths About Household Humidity Problems

Metal roofs perform well in all kinds of climates, even humid ones. Does your home have perspiration problems? Summertime sweat happens, especially in areas of high humidity, but damp, moist home interiors are a sign of a potentially serious problem that starts right at the rooftop. Here are a few common myths ...


RCS Vent or not to Vent

To Vent or Not to Vent?

By Cass Jacoby. What building code requirements reveal about ventilating your attic. There are few topics as misunderstood as proper attic ventilation. With building codes updating and changing it can be tough to know whether you need to ventilate or not. So should you vent? Read on to learn about ...


Go Roof Tune Up Attic Ventilation

Q&A – Attic Intake Ventilation Recommendation

In need of attic intake ventilation, this Texas homeowner asked for recommendations. Looking for advice on intake ventilation for his attic, Kyle, a homeowner in Texas, turned to the experts! He asked: What type of intake ventilation do you recommend is best for attic ventilation? Below is what our ...


Insulation on rafters

Q&A – Insulation on Rafters

An Indiana homeowner was curious about insulating rafters and if that affects the life of the roof, so they asked the experts for answers. Art, a homeowner from Indiana, wanted more information about insulation on rafters and asked: What do you think about insulation on rafters? Will it shorten the ...


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A Homeowner’s Crash Course to Ventilation

By Quarrix Roofing Products. How to make the most out of your roofing investment when it comes to ventilation. Your roofing choices as a homeowner go beyond picking a shingle color and design; you will also need to make important decisions on parts of your roof that are less ...


Quarrix Roof Moisture

Necessary Steps to Reduce Roof Moisture

By Quarrix. Learn the ins and outs of proper ventilation to keep your roof nice and dry. While rain showers can be calm and pleasant to look at, if that water gets into your roof system it’s a different story. Moisture poses one of the biggest threats to a home ...


RCS Ventilation Questions Answered

Your Ventilation Questions Answered

By Lauren White. Roofing expert addresses six common queries homeowners have about ventilation. You may not know it yet, but ventilation is one of the most important aspects of roofing. Proper ventilation will keep your roofing system operating optimally and will prolong the life of your roof. In an interview ...


Roof Saver Important Aspect of Roofing

The Most Important Aspect of Roofing - Part 3

By Lauren White. Myths and mistakes related to attic ventilation. In part 1 and part 2 of this attic ventilation series, we discussed the importance of proper attic ventilation and how contractors create a balanced system. In part 3 we explore myths and mistakes. There are a variety of ...


Roof Saver Attic Vents

The Most Important Aspect of Roofing - Part 2

By Lauren White. Understanding the value of a balanced attic ventilation system. In part 1 of this attic ventilation series, we covered the important role that the attic ventilation system plays in the performance of a roof. Part 2 explores why a balanced system that performs properly is vital. ...


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