Conditioned Attic Spaces: Control Air and Moisture for Higher Energy Efficiency

Conditioned Attic Spaces: Control Air and Moisture for Higher Energy EfficiencyPublication Type:
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For years, building codes have called for attic ventilation to control air and moisture flow. But all too often, HVAC ducts were also located in those vented, unconditioned attics, which led to HVAC systems working harder and using more energy to meet homeowner demands. This white paper takes a look at the benefits associated with installing ducts in conditioned attic spaces.



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