Ventilation can be incorporated in various ways; at eaves, with over fascia vents, or soffit vents, ridge and within the roof covering via in-line tile or slate ventilators.
Ventilating felt can also be used to assist air-flow through the roof space and in some cases provides adequate air flow without the need for additional provision at ridge and eaves.
The basic requirements for ventilating a traditional cold loft space are that air should enter the roof void at the lowest point on one side of the roof and exit on the opposite side of the roof and / or ridge. Water vapour rises up through quilt or fibrous insulation, and meets the air in the loft, where some of the moisture is absorbed – the quantity depends on the air temperature.
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For complex and intricate contracts we can offer a design service with the use of CAD technology to prepare and present professional, detailed drawings for both simple and complex details. Using the latest insulation products we can offer the highest specification roof coverings conforming to Part L of the Building Regulations on both flat roofing and pitched roofing.
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Tunbridge Wells Roofing Ltd, 46 Sandhurst Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3SZ, UK. Registered in England. Company number: 04810253