Carpentry by Tom Antonellis

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What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles

Manny Tenecota of MJT Roofing PRO answered:

Jan 11, 2017
Theoretically, there is no lower or upper temperature limit governing when asphalt fiberglass shingles may be applied as long as appropriate precautions are taken.  ? In cold weather, for easiest ... read more
roof vents placed behind 4ft walls in finished attic dont do squat for ventilation. no place for soffit vents, siding is asbestos so gable vents too pricey.
Jun 13, 2014
If the space behind the knee wall is clear from end to end and you install gable end vents at each end then that would keep the eaves from freezing and causing ice dams.Make sure the knee wall is well ... read more

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