In order to avoid possible problems of condensation, overheating of the roof cavity or premature wear of the roof covering, the latter should be ventilated. In order to do this, you must ensure that the roof space is adequately ventilated just above the thermal insulation.
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Poor aeration can lead to premature deterioration of your roof’s condition. In addition, if the ventilation does not meet the standards established by the manufacturer, your roof will not be covered by the warranty. During the winter period, inefficient ventilation can cause ice accumulation. Then, this accumulation can lead to water infiltration and create mold in your roof. Proper ventilation allows you to keep the building in good condition, maintain the waterproofness and durability of the cladding, be protected by the warranty, maintain a comfortable climate in the building and avoid seeing your electricity bill swell exponentially due to heat loss.