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Keeping The Heat In Chapter Roofs And Attics Natural Figure 13 Top Layer Of Insulation Runs Perpendicular To Bottom Roof Materials Different Types

Keeping The Heat In Chapter Roofs And Attics Natural Figure 13 Top Layer Of Insulation Runs Perpendicular To Bottom Roof Materials Different Types

Gilles Trépanier Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Roofing and False ceiling


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Ventilation of the roof deck speeds the evaporation of water from leakage or condensation and removes heat which helps prevent ice dams and helps asphalt shingles last longer. Building codes in the U.S. specify ventilation rates as a minimum of 1 sq. ft. of opening per 150 sq. ft. (1:150) with a ratio of 1:300 in some conditions.[8] Warm air rises so ceiling insulation is designed to have a higher r-value and the insulation is often installed between the ceiling joists or rafters. A properly insulated and ventilated roof is called a cold roof. A warm roof is a roof that is not ventilated,[9] where the insulation is placed in line with the roof pitch.[10] A hot roof is a roof designed not to have any ventilation and has enough air-impermeable insulation in contact with the sheathing to prevent condensation[11] such as when spray foam insulation is applied directly to the under-side or top-side of the roof deck or in some cathedral ceilings.

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