Hello, I live in a house that was built in 1968 and it has a header tank in the loft, which has been working perfeclty well since then, I looked at it recently and I happended to mention to someone that there was no cover on it, but it was insulated. My question is this, should I have it covered or is it fine as it is
As well as all the birds and bees you've found, how many tanks have you found with a bit of wood dropped across? I'd imagine plenty more than you have found with birds inside. I've seen plenty with wood over and I've never found any bird or bees, so you must be lucky there.
Alternatively spend a lot of cash and get a new "plastic" tank installed with a bye-law 30 kit fitted and have it insulated- that will stop the birds, the bees and the debris.
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