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And while we're at it, would anyone like to come and insulate my loft?
Having a space above the existing ceiling or current insulation would make good sense. Creating air flow and the ability for it to breathe. Foam is not a common insulating material here in Australia with the preference being glass wool batts or wool. If only you guys had an insulation rebate like in perth insulation is actually subsidized by the government and with the cost mostly paid for with no out of pocket expense to the homeowner. It is apart of the new commitment to reducing carbon footprints.
As a matter of interest I do wonder about being overly concerned with ventilation. It seems to me that most loft conversions often create sections of roof areas that are not well ventilated at all.