just my bloomin luck , moving materials around and accidentally tore a rip in the roofing felt (i dont have a ceiling up yet) , the roof isnt leaking but can i repair this just in case it ever does?
really? ive counter battened and pulled the felt quite tight. i was under the impression that if i did this i could fill the gap between the rafters with cellotex, its a warm roof on a lean-to. i will be lath and plastering straight onto the rafters (or using plasterboard if i cant make lath and plaster meet regs) which are 150 x 50 , 150 mil cellotex is the recommended minimum for this kind of roof , apparently.The insulation should not be tight to the underlay....
Breathable membrane should be fitted with a bit of sag betwixt rafters.ive counter battened and pulled the felt quite tight
You should leave an air gap between the underside of the felt and the top of the insulation.was under the impression that if i did this i could fill the gap between the rafters with cellotex,
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