This was an old tiled roof We removed and renewed on a property in Altrincham, Cheshire. First we removed the existing roof tiles (old clay double Romans) to expose the felt and battens beneath, which had experienced significant water damage, denoted by the white staining of saltwater on the 1F… Continue Reading Tiled Reroof in Altrincham
With a combination of wall plates, gallows brackets and braced timber work we constructed the very sturdy skeletal frame of the canopy in Alderley Edge. Once this work was complete, we then felted (Redland Spirtec, breathable membrane) and battened (2″x1″ tantalised roof battens) the canopy roof. The roof was then… Continue Reading New Tiled Canopy Roof in Alderley Edge.
This was a new build roofing project in Bramhall, Stockport. Done in Marley Plain (Acme/Rosemary) tiles. The construction of this roof was quite intricate, with angled gable ends front and back on one side of the building, 4 valleys front and back (8 sides in total), 2 piked roofs and… Continue Reading Tile Roofing in Bramhall
We first installed 3 CO4 Velux windows, attached to a 2″ x 1″ tile batten (top and bottom of windows) into the already trimmed out box sections in the roof. One Velux window per side of the 3 sided roof.We then felted and battened the entire roof area using breathable… Continue Reading Tile Roof in Stockport