Historic Home - No attic vents


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Old 04-14-05, 02:52 PM
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Historic Home - No attic vents

I have restored an old 1917 brick house and I converted the attic space into a bedroom. Due to the age of the house, the roof/attic has no obvious venting. I have read some conflicting advice, so I would like to know A) should I install venting to cool and dehumidy the remaining attic space that surrrounds the new bedroom B) if the answer is yes, what is the best method, i.e soffitt venting, etc.

I had read many negative articles about powered vents, so I am leaning towards passive venting at this point. Any advice would be appreciated.
 
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Old 04-16-05, 01:34 PM
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http://wsuonline.weber.edu/course.cm...ent_Index.html

This is an easy to read lecture on Ventilation.
 
 

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