My husband was up in our roof space the other week, looking for evidence of whatever was scratching around up there at night.
While he was up there, he was a little disturbed at how much light was coming in through the tiles, as well as the large number of leaves resting on our insulation.
We have two trees in our backyard (I think they might be white oak?) that have dropped thousands of tiny leaves since we bought the place in April – these leaves get everywhere, so it’s no real surprise that some of them have got in to the roof.
I don’t want the leaves to dry up and then potentially catch fire when it gets warmer, so can anyone advise how we might go about getting this fixed? Would it be part of a standard roof restoration? Should we be getting our roof AND our insulation replaced?
Any recommendations you can provide would be very much appreciated!