snow country ridge vent on 2:12 pitch roof
I had whole roof replaced in the summer with Cobra snow country ridge vent installed. I knew the back of my house (2nd floor) has low-slope but did not know how much low. After the ridge vent was installed, we had quite some wind driven rains and I started to worry about the ridge vent. I final got up to the roof and measured the slope, it is 2:12. http://www.diychatroom.com/members/f...86-roofpic.jpg
But the snow country ridge vent has a minimum requirement of 3:12. I asked my roofer to fix the installation, but was told there should be no problem. Since there is no access to the attic right below the low-slope roof, I don't know if there were water coming in or not through the ridge opening.
Should I insist the roofer to remove the ridge vent over the low-pitch side or there is really no problem? PS, there is 10 year workmanship warranty.