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Question DetailsAsked on 10/24/2019

New home with spray foam underside of the roof. No vent of the attic at all. Is this proper? No insul on ceiling.

I'm looking to have a new home built. The builder that I was going to use says that this is the way he does it and it's very efficient. The walls and roof underside are spray foamed. The ceiling has no insulation of any kind installed. Garage has no insulation at all either (roof or ceiling) but it is walled off from the rest of the house in the ceiling. It just seems odd to me that there are no roof vents of any kind. I'm concerned that it could result in moisture build up later. I'd like to hear some thoughts on this, pros and cons. It could make me seriously consider looking for another builder.

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