After a previous posting on here it was idetified that I have a condensation problem in my roof space, therefore I have contacted my local roofer and he states my 3 sided roof will require 6 "single tile" size roof vents placing two thirds of the way up each roof side and each vent is more a less placed at the same level. I was wondering if anyone can offer me any help in where I should place these vent tiles?, ie should one be at the bottom and one near the top of each side of the roof(to create a flow effect)? , or will placing them 2 thirds of the way up sort the problem?. the price of this work is quote is £240, is this the normal price etc?. Also will rain find its way in thereafter?
I would always fit at low and high level to assist air flow.
You should not get water ingress whatever type is fitted.
The cost of the 6 vents is likely to be about £100 so the quoted price is about right.
Many thanks for the help, I will have a look at their webisite info, and take it from there. I have also increased the amount of insulation in the roof space to see if that helps, there is one area within the loft (above the bathroom) that has severe condensation problems. Not sure if the extra insulation will work?