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Remedying condensation in domestic pitched tiled roofs.   <B>(Downloadable version)</B>

ARCHIVED - Remedying condensation in domestic pitched tiled roofs. (Downloadable version)

by BRE (01-May-2001)

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THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN ARCHIVED.

Whilst this publication can still be purchased some of the information in it has been superseded by more recent research and standards. The BRE Group does not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage, including - without limitation - indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from use, or loss of use, of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this document.


One of the most common and cost-effective ways of saving energy in houses is to insulate the roof space, usually by laying insulation between the ceiling joists. But adding insulation increases the risk of condensation in the roof and can lead to damage to the contents of the loft, the insulation and possibly even the roof structure. This Good Repair Guide describes how to find out whether a pitched tiled roof is at risk from condensation and how to minimise it. 8 pages.
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