Providing proper ventilation in your attic is important in both summer and winter, since it will:
- Keep your attic cooler in the summer, which can lower your air conditioner bills and make your roof last longer.
- Reduce condensation during the winter, which can lead to mold, mildew, or rot.
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My house was built in the 1930’s There is absolutely no ventilation in the dead space overhead. We’ve been here a little over a year and obviously it’s survived over 70 years without it but I’m thinking that there should be some air flow up there. This is story and a half so roof vents would have to be front and back and there is marginal possibilities for soffit vent since not much overhang
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