Should You Cover Roof Vents During Winter?

Winter has arrived, and heating and insulation have become a top priority to allow you and your family to comfortably hunker down and enjoy the Yuletide holidays. You’ve checked your weatherstripping and ensured that your doors and windows will hold up against the cold and will not permit the frigid air outside from entering. But you’re unsure whether to cover up a potential entryway of cold air: the roofing vents. Should you cover your roof vents during winter?