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We live in a 3-year-old home in Fargo, ND. Last year we received a significant amount of snow with wind though not as much as experienced in other regions of the country. The net result was we got some snow in our attic through three turbine roof vents - enough to result in some water damage to our ceiling. What is a recommended remedy to prevent further damage? Would it be advisable to "bag" the turbines during the deep of winter to minimize infiltration of snow or would that risk condensation damage in the attic? Any thoughts?
 

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