Bath & Kitchen Showroom

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Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
It is tough to say allthough tt can be normal assuming the gutters/fascia are metal and in an area of the home that receives direct sunlight (enough to cause expansion and contraction).  IMO
What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Jul 26, 2014
R-49 also ventilation is very important to have soffit vent as well as roof vent to keep the attic cool and dry.

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