Identify the necessary Ice & Water Shield membrane to be included as well as the associative costs. Once you have the pitch, eaves, soffit depth, etc. we'll take care of the rest!
Calculate the necessary ventilation needed based on the complexity of the roof, and how much ventilation to you need to stay up to code to maintain the necessary air flow.
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Use the total roof area, also known as the removal SQs as provided in a roof measurement report. If calculated in Square Feet (SF), divide by 100 to convert to SQs
Use the predominant pitch of the roof. Most measurement providers include this in the roof report.
In addition to static vents located on the roofing surface, homes tend to have gable attic vents, also known as louvers, that count towards total exhaust ventilation.
Assumes Airvent Slant Back 50 sf.in
Assumes Airvent RidgeHawk 10" Rolled Ridge Vent 15 sf.in per linear feet
Assumes 12X18" Airvent Wall Louvers 59.4 sf.in
Assumes 12" Airvent Wind Turbine 95 sf.in
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Using the 3D Roof Size and the Roof Pitch, we can calculate the 2D Attic Floor Area. The total square foot of the attic area is one of the critical inputs to accurately calculate required ventilation.
Vent manufacturers and locally adopted building codes reference each other regarding the minimum net free ventilation installed.
This is the combined exhaust ventilation present, which includes gable or louvered vents.
Additional ventilation is required to meet the minimum ventilation as calculated using the estimator's inputs.
Choose the additional ventilation method that works best for how you estimate adding ventilation.
Identify the necessary Ice & Water Shield membrane to be included as well as the associative costs. Once you have the pitch, eaves, soffit depth, etc. we’ll take care of the rest!