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Here.. I found these last week... nothing to do with the topic of this thread, but just lovely to see... these are Greater Horsehoe bats in hibernation in a cellar... they are increasingly rare in the UK...
I took this photo just a few minutes ago of that house that I use as an example... despite the heavy snow yesterday and over-night, the heat loss from the roof conversion is already clearly visible...
Kelly, its good to get a word of mouth recommendation.. but remember, the cosmetic finish and 'what it looks like' is the easy bit. The important parts are what is hidden.. have a flick back through this thread and see some of my other photos... these things can be easily overlooked so its important you pay attention to what's happening with the construction while it happens.
Timeline of snow today...
Then.. about two hours later..
Then.. after another two hours...
Then.. just now... after another two hours approx..
There you go... heat loss before your eyes....
Other examples I saw today...:
another two hours later... compare this with the first one of the sequence... its quite an obvious illustration...
I read this thread then looked at my roof when i got home, thinking that i must have some good loft insulation as the roof was completly covered in snow........then i realised that it's most likely because the house is cold as it's a pain in the ar*e to heat due to no cavity wall insulation .....at least the loft should be toasty!
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