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A warm roof combines durable roofing material, thermal insulation, and weatherproof membranes. The exact materials can vary, but the key aspect is that insulation is positioned above the structural deck, not between the joists.
Constructing a warm roof involves installing a layer of insulation above the roof's structural deck and below its waterproofing layer. This technique helps to keep the entire roof structure warm, reducing thermal bridging and the risk of condensation.
The primary difference lies in the placement of insulation. In a warm roof, insulation is installed above the roof's structural deck, while in a cold roof, it's installed below the deck, between the rafters or joists. Warm roofs are generally more energy-efficient and reduce condensation risks.
A warm roof generally doesn't require ventilation because its design prevents condensation, a common issue on cold roofs. The insulation layer above the roof deck keeps the entire roof structure warm, negating the need for additional ventilation.
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