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Old 07-28-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Can you have too much venting on intake side?


Just like the title says, can you have too much venting on the intake side of an attic (ie. soffits)?

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Can you have too much venting on intake side?


I just can not see how that would be possible.

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Can you have too much venting on intake side?


Yes, 10-15% more, max.; http://books.google.com/books?id=Z8a...0vents&f=false

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Can you have too much venting on intake side?


Theoretically, yes. Is it much easier to over vent on the exhaust, yes.

Where are most homes over balanced, exhaust.

60/40 split on intake to exhaust is fine.
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