Abe Coley wrote:Also building construction when the foundations are being dug. Basically any time you see an excavator at work, wait for them to stop or take a break, and ask. Just don't try to ask them while they are running the excavator, yelling and waving your arms or whatever, they hate that.
Graham Chiu wrote:Why not just add another storey to get the extra space?
If moss is happy in your environment, I would focus my efforts there. It can grow on vertical surfaces without much grip, if there is enough moisture and not too much sun...
But... how to keep sliding snow from ripping it off the roof? Retaining snow seems kind of counter to the purpose of a steep roof, but perhaps necessary to retain moss..
This isn't going to do much for thermal mass in the roof. Frankly I think this is better addressed inside the building unless you reconsider the pitch...
Catherine Windrose wrote:Found this recently: