Our 1930's semi has a roof which is unlined. Consequently the roof is very
dusty (I think from the old tiles + dirt etc). We have no plans to
re-tiling the roof - but still would like to do something to stop the dust
My thoughts were to possibly staple something to the underside of the roof
timbers - however I am very concerned about damp - I most certainly don't
want to create something where damp/water could end up sitting next to the
wood. I would also like it to be a very simple solution (ie. not a full job
of insulating between the beams before plasterboarding it or something) -
also cost is a big thing.
The end goal is to make the roof signfificantly less dusty than it is, so we
can store boxes up there without becoming too dusty/dirty.
I think some discussion happened on this before (as part of a sub-thread of
something else) but I can't find it in google, plus, I doubt the whole
situation was explained (I think it ended up including lots and lots of work
for a simple task).
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