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  1. I’m impressed, I must say. Rarely do I encounter a blog that’s
    both equally educative and interesting, and without a doubt, you have hit
    the nail on the head. The problem is something that too few men and women are speaking intelligently about.
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  2. I don’t understand this statement: ” You will want to ensure enough pitch to allow for plenty of insulation.”
    what does roof pitch have to do with insulation? You can leave as much room as you want for insulation regardless of roof pitch…
    the title is misleading as there is no actual advice on how to choose a pitch for your weather. It just gives the same basic range of roof pitches that pops up on a google search. You may want to retitle it “variables to consider that will influence your choice of roof pitch” since this article will not help you actually determine the pitch your roof should be based on various weather like “lots of rain’ or “lots of snow” or ‘Very dry” or “extreme wind”.

    1. If the pitch is steep enough and you have enough attic space, attic insulation can be used. If not, then rigid insulation boards on top of the roof deck and below the roofing product can be used.

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