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Old 09-01-2010, 04:42 PM   #16
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Time for a new central A/C!


Thinner shingles could increase radiant heat from the roof.

In this area. Seems a fair amount of people are going to darker shingles again. That definitely increases it.

I also think that when a new roof is going on. The work and vibration is causing the final settling of the old insulation, and decreasing its R value that last straw that kept the A/C able to handle the load.


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