Elijah, a Louisiana homeowner, asked the following:
Is it normal for warm air to be coming from soffit vents?
Roofing expert, John Kenney from Cotney Consulting Group, had this to say in response:
Soffit vents are typically designed to provide intake ventilation for your attic or roof space, allowing fresh air to enter and circulate within the attic. This helps maintain proper air circulation, prevent moisture buildup and regulate temperatures.
If your soffit vents are acting as exhaust vents, it could be due to a few potential reasons:
I recommend that you have a professional contractor come out and check out the source of the issue.
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