Guide to Durable Attics

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Moisture in the attic can enter from any direction, and can warp and damage the roof, make insulation useless, and create moisture problems in your home. Moisture can enter the attic through: leaks in the roof, improperly installed flashing, ice dams in the gutters, and under shingles. Keeping attics dry and well ventilated will help ensure durability and avoid moisture problems. Download this guide for information on signs of water intrusion and how to increase ventilation in your attic.

  • Signs of water intrusion
  • Determine where moisture is entering
  • Vent outside



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