attic gets cold on windy days
Our home (2200 sf) with an 8 in 12 roof pitch has the required soffit vents and two roof vents of about 12" in dia. These are just basic vents with no moving parts on the North side near the peak of the roof. One close to each end.
We live on a hill so it gets windy here. On cold days when the wind is from the North our heater runs much more than when the wind isn't blowing even with R50 insulation in the attic. I understand the need for attic ventilation but it would seem prudent to have a type of vents that can be closed off for just the windy days. Does anyone know if they make a remote operated shutter type vent that would save us on our heating bills?