This is my garage, so there's no attic. A loft, maybe. That extra space is gonna be used to store things. And it would work; you place your drywall (or plywood, or OSB) over top of the 2x4 rafters for a finished look. I need to close off the soffits without constricting the air flow, that prevents mold and mildew in the roof area. I went to my structural foreman and asked how I was supposed to keep warm this winter, if there's cold air coming in from under the roof (through the soffits.) He told me to put in the vents between the rafters, put in the foam, drywall over it, and paint it white. Then I can "close off" the bottom of the truss (I don't know the technical term for the bottom piece of the truss) and keep the airflow to the roof vent; in turn, preventing any mold or mildew from being formed from trapped moisture from lack of circulation.
Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.
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Last edited by OutoftheWoodwork; 06-24-2019 at 07:14 PM.