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    Default Humidity in the shed

    We have had a lot of wet weather lately in the UK, and the leak in the workshop roof is getting worse. I intend to get it fixed but I keep putting it off. today after a night of heavy showers I went in to see How much rain had got in overnight and to my supprise I discovered i'd started a mushroom farm....So now I'll have to get it fixed ASAP.
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    It appears your ceiling is male ...

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    I'm fixing a hole where the rain gets in
    And stops my mind from wandering
    Where it will go

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    Depends what type of mushrooms. Maybe its something tasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Hannam Ukuleles View Post
    It appears your ceiling is male ...
    Here's a mushroom the ladies may like...Ladies mushroom
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    Here's a mushroom the ladies may like...Ladies mushroom
    Hawaii here i come... Pun intended.

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    I went on the workshop roof today to look for where the rain was getting in...To my dismay the roof felt was in a bad way with some rotten boards underneath..and it really needed to be replaced. So I have decided to have the whole section of the roof removed and rebuilt, only this time about 6 inch higher to give me a bit more headroom... it shouldn't cost too much cos it's only 100 sq foot.
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    When you re roof use rubber roofing instead of felt. Much better and longer lasting. Have had some on a summerhouse my wife uses for ceramics for four years now and never had a leak. Here is a link to where I bought it.Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Orr View Post
    When you re roof use rubber roofing instead of felt. Much better and longer lasting. Have had some on a summerhouse my wife uses for ceramics for four years now and never had a leak. Here is a link to where I bought it.Bob
    https://www.rubber4roofs.co.uk
    Yes Bob..I've seen that before ..my brother in law has it on his garage, I agree it's far superior to the felt and bitumen method.
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