Looking to fit loft insulation - its an old place we've just moved to and there is NO insulation - it's been a cold an expensive winter!
Anyway - had a thought - to maintain the gap around the eaves and to give some 'protection' to the insulation, any thoughts on nailing some wood to the roof supports (not sure what to call them - the ones running up to the ridge) to ensure a gap is maintained? I'm thinking just 2 or three lengths of your cheapest shiplap cladding? The air still comes between the boards and the roof (slate, no felt) and once above the level of the insulation it is as normal and free-flowing.
Anyone any thoughts?