Yes to have it come out under the protection of the lead flashing and high up enough not to interfere with the soaker is ideal.
Don't bother trying to get on the roof! just tap it flat with a length of timber.
With that sort of luck I'd start putting money on the lottery (y)
It may be possible to raise the lead and fit a slate baton under the lead to help stop the rain flowing over the edge.
When you say hallway do you mean every wall is an external wall?
Ok well the old skylights are set at rafter level. The latest generation velux skylights are designed to sit 28mm lower in the roofspace to help...
Overboard the bedrooms ceillings with insulated plasterboard.
Get rid of the small window that interferes with guttering and I am sure things will improve, because that's how 99% of houses are built!
Yes I'd negotiate at least 70% off!
whether you did it or not you could have got rid of your problem with the relevant insulated plasterboard which is the way forward regarding...
Not surprised really its a bad design.
Insulated plasterboard on the ceiling would have done the trick, which is what you should be doing really!
There for fixing your insulation down and helping to minimise thermal bridging.
Just put the sofa over it.
Well I don't have my calculator either, but I do know a loony! built this one :confused:
Come on were are the pictures?
More wildlife habitat depletion! when will we stop? when will we learn?
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