During hot Texas summers, a lot of heat can build up in your attic. That extra heat can transfer to your home and drive up your energy bills. For new construction, builders are required by building codes to provide a specified amount of ventilation area for each square foot of attic space. This is usually taken care of by the framing contractor installing vents in the soffits and the roofing contractor incorporating vents when the roofing is installed, with the oversight of the general contractor and local building inspector. There are many options available to provide the proper amount of ventilation and May Energy Solutions would be happy to consult with the homeowner to help determine which option is best for their situation.
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