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DIY Metal Roofing - Roof Installation & Proper Ventilation

A demonstration of how roof ventilation is supposed to work and factors that can prevent your attic's ventilation from working properly.

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Kuffa: Venting your house can solve mildew, mold issues

Sometimes older gas forced-air furnaces not only loose efficiency, but often allow carbon monoxide that is suppose to vent up the chimney, to enter the breathing air of the house due to cracks and holes inside the furnace at the metal heat exchanger

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“A third strategy, NOT of equal value,” Weil emphasizes, “is proper roof venting. It makes it so that if you have enough “Very commonly all over the Northeast you see metal edging, the bottom two feet of a eve has metal roofing. The idea is that

Kuffa: Venting your house can solve mildew, mold issues - Port Huron Times Herald

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Let’s talk about venting your house. I live in a historical house where on a windy day you can actually feel little drafts and air coming around the electrical outlets. This infiltration, although not energy efficient, does provide fresh air and ventilation. As time goes on, houses have become tighter and more energy efficient which now can create an objectionable interior environment. Cooking, sweating, bathing, breathing all affect the air. The furnace, hot water tank and range are used more and more as the number of people in the house increase. Generally speaking, other than an old leaky basement, moisture conditions such as condensation, mold or mildew are more common in newer “tight” houses than the old loose and drafty ones. We need to get undesirable air products out and fresh air in. 1. The reason furnaces and hot water tanks are vented is to expel carbon monoxide (by-product of combustion) to the exterior. This is commonly done via a metal (or PVC in higher efficiency units) flue pipe that often ties into the brick chimney. The problem that often occurs is that the vent pipe comes loose, the joints can separate and often the 3-inch diameter pipe fits into a hole on the masonry chimney that is much larger and is not sealed where the two meet. Sometimes older gas forced-air furnaces not only loose efficiency, but often allow carbon monoxide that is suppose to vent up the chimney, to enter the breathing air of the house due to cracks and holes inside the furnace at the metal heat exchanger. If you have an older furnace it’s recommended that you get the unit checked by a licensed heating contractor annually and get a quality carbon monoxide detector. Bathrooms should have an operable window or draw fan vented to the exterior. The fan should not into the attic or just up into a ceiling space. Occupants think that the fan is there only to deal with odors, but more importantly, their function is to dispel possible sewer gas that can back-up from drain pipes into the air. This is common for all minimally-used drains in the house to dry out and then allow the sewer gas to back-up. Basement floor drains, minimally-used sinks, laundry tubs, shower drains and tubs that are not used regularly can allow this to occur. If any rank sewer-type odor is detected simply add or run water into the nearby drain so that the trap in the sanitary pipe collects water and will stop any gas back-up. Another common problem is with more and more homes having central air conditioning, these homes don’t open their windows. Hopefully, the furnace and air conditioner have clean and functional filters to help remove odors, germs, and spores. The houses built today anticipate this issue and have duct work tied to the exterior of the house. This duct work sucks in fresh air every time the furnace fan turns on. Remember, windows are not only used to allow natural light, but also to provide venting capability. If you do, when was the last time you actively attempted to vent that area. Often, we find these areas in pathetic condition with sitting water, moisture concerns, cobwebs, musty odors, mold/mildew formation, and deterioration of framing. These areas are required to have operable vents, which means that you can open and close them. Many times these vents don’t exist or are filthy and don’t work. You should clean and lubricate your vents. If necessary put a box fan in the crawl space to dry it out. The fan moves the air around and creates ventilation. Speaking of the forgotten crawl space, when was the last time you checked your attic. Sometimes they are difficult to get to, but they should be checked to see if there is any mold and mildew conditions, indications of condensation, evidence of pests and insects. Modern codes are very clear about attics and venting. In the simplest scenario, the attic preferably should have low vents (typically located in your roof overhang), high roof vents and maintain an air path between the two. Often, vents are covered with insulation, are damaged or were never installed. This venting concern is important especially if you upgrade your attic insulation. The more insulation you have, the more venting you need. Range hoods are not necessarily required, but if you have one, they can remove moisture and odors. Many are vented to the exterior, but some have.

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Builder's Best 12634 Metal Roof Vent Cap, Black

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Queen Anne on Sixth Street, Clarksville 2

[6 images make up this set] This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. This 1 1/2 story Queen Anne style house was built circa 1904. Clad in wood weatherboard, it is two-toned, the gables, corner pilasters, cornice and window moldings painted a light blue on gray. It features a multi-gable roof, two gables prominent on the front façade. The three internal chimneys are not especially visible, jutting upwards from the shingled roof. One of the front gables is above the porch and the other caps a wing to the right of the front entrance. They have decorative bargeboards and ornamental vents and are characterized by gable returns (or cornice returns). The porch is wraparound with much Victorian embellishment—a spindle frieze, decorative brackets, and turned posts and balustrades. A gazebo-like bay marks the corner of the porch where it turns, extending to a protruding bay. This gazebo-like part is...

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Queen Anne on Sixth Street, Clarksville 3
Queen Anne on Sixth Street, Clarksville 3

[6 images make up this set] This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. This 1 1/2 story Queen Anne style house was built circa 1904. Clad in wood weatherboard, it is two-toned, the gables, corner pilasters, cornice and window moldings painted a light blue on gray. It features a multi-gable roof, two gables prominent on the front façade. The three internal chimneys are not especially visible, jutting upwards from the shingled roof. One of the front gables is above the porch and the other caps a wing to the right of the front entrance. They have decorative bargeboards and ornamental vents and are characterized by gable returns (or cornice returns). The porch is wraparound with much Victorian embellishment—a spindle frieze, decorative brackets, and turned posts and balustrades. A gazebo-like bay marks the corner of the porch where it turns, extending to a protruding bay. This gazebo-like part is...

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Calvary Church, Cove Creek 2

[6 photos are in this set on Calvary Church] This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. This is probably Calvary Church in Cove Creek, Tazewell County, Virginia. I’m not 100% certain. The sign on the front façade seems to read Calvary. I wasn’t able to find information on the denomination of the church, the date of the building nor it the year it ceased to have services. The building has a decided lean as well. The church is a rectangular wood structure with a metal roof but no belfry. The front façade is characterized by an unusual shingling pattern in the gable, bands of serrated woodwork alternating in angling to the right and then to the left. A diamond-shaped vent is also present. Below that the building juts out a few feet and contains two louvered windows (?) with the characteristic pointed Gothic arch. A faded metal sign (definitely not part of the original structure) is below that and...

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