Buying A New Roof Part 4.2 – Ventilation

August 14, 2013 | Filed under: Buying A New Roof series, Home Ventilation, Roofing Help, Roofing Help Videos

Todd provides more details on ventilation including special circumstances surrounding cathedral ceilings and cold roofs.

todd Miller

has spent his entire career in the metal building products manufacturing industry. He is president of Isaiah Industries, an organization recognized as one of the world’s leading metal roofing manufacturers. Todd is currently Vice President of the MRA (Metal Roofing Association) and a Past Chair of MCA (Metal Construction Association). Through his website, he strives to raise the bar on standards and practices to provide property owners with the best possible products for successful roofing projects.

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2 responses to “Buying A New Roof Part 4.2 – Ventilation”

  1. dave says:

    1 is ‘how to buy a metal roof’ the name of a book to get a copy of or a part of the page layout with your picture over a different background or? 2 it must be possible to read the text of the ‘buying a new roof’ sections but how ? 3 i have a 11/2 in 12 cathedral ceiling /roof that needs an improvement in it’s R before the metal goes on it is lath and plaster so i do not want to be too disruptive… can you suggest a vapor barrier/ insulation remodel preservation sort of guy that has gone thru this there in the home of post war modern low slope architecture yes i realize you are a regional supplier but you do advertise nationally so don’t feel bad about just saying what you think

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