The kids and I are roofing my house and I have run across an issue I can’t seem to find an answer for. I have a 3:12 roof that runs up against a `10:12 roof. For the 3:12 I am planning on using the existing eave vents for intake, but I am at a loss on what to use for exhaust venting (prior roof had none) for the 3:12, as well as intake for the 10:12. A ridge vent does not seem to be an option as there is no ridge, the roof simply stops where the higher roof starts. The higher roof (10:12) has no attic to speak of, just fasters (cathedral ceiling) so the only option I can think of is an edge intake vent. Any ideas would be most appreciated. Thanks!
Hi, thank you for your response. The upper roof (10:12) has no attic, just rafters. I thought we’d go with a ridge vent on the top, but intake may be a problem. Someone has suggested a drip edge vent and that may work. kind or messed up how it was built, exhaust from lower and intake for upper right next to each other
If it’s a continuous roof that starts at the lower roof and continues to the ridge of the upper roof could I just use the eave vents and a ridge vent at the top of the steep roof? All of the bays seems to be connected.