George J. Grove and Son

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Can you install wood planks behind a range (similar to shiplap)? If so, does it have to be a certain type?
We are not a fan of wood behind the range or cooktop unless it is electric maybe even induction.
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.
Jul 9, 2014
Hey William,  I would say your best bet is to shingle over the vents and edge the vents at eaves. This way you are able to allow for intake and continuous ridge vent for exhaust. Hope this helps! Er ... read more

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