Dense-packed cellulose all the way to the facia board?
I am looking at potentially building a vented cathedral roof with dense-pack cellulose as the insulation. But I want to insulate the roof out to the facia board in order to prevent any chance of heat rising from below the overhangs/covered walkways and causing ice damming. Are there any concerns that I should be aware of with running the cellulose all the way out to the facia board, and then doing facia venting rather than soffit venting for the roof?
Climate Zone: 6B
Snow load: 80 to 100 pounds live load
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