Originally published in Western Roofing Magazine, July 2022.
To properly understand and diagnose any health concerns with a patient, a doctor examines the patient. In a similar way, to properly understand and diagnose if the residential attic ventilation system is working as it should, an attic inspection is needed. The industry tells us time and again that the best way to understand what’s going on with the attic ventilation is to go inside the attic when it is safe and practical to do so. We surveyed residential roofing pros across North America asking for the key things they look for when doing an attic inspection. Jake Jacobson, vice president of sales, SF5 Construction, Little Elm, Texas, was one of the respondents and he elaborated on his responses in our podcast interview with him.
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