Bank Lane, Wooldale

Bank Lane, Wooldale

Flat roof and fascias completed

Replacing the rotten fascias and soffits using new timber

Installation of new anti U.V. / corrosion coatedaluminium flashings at the abutment wall and drip edge

Installation of new timber upstands and Firestone EPDM rubber cap sheet

Flat Roof Replacement. Stripping off the stone chippings and builtup bitumen felt

Shelley Lane, Kirkburton

Shelley Lane, Kirkburton

Flat roof conversion completed with new ply boards, Classic Bond EPDM rubber cap sheet, white UPVC fascia, soffit and trims plus new black UPVC half round guttering

Installation of new Classic Bond EPDM rubber cap sheet and white UPVC fascia & soffit boards

Installation of new plyboard

Flat roof conversion. When this extension was constructed the angle of the pitch is too low for a tiled roof covering. The wind impedes flow of rain water down the roof blowing it under the tiles. The same thing happens to the rain water on the under felt below and it gets in through the laps on the under felt due to lack of flow. The nails used to fix the tiles are also too long and they pierced the under felt everywhere. To remedy these problems we are converting the roof with a one piece EPDM rubber membrane

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Moorside Road, Honley

Moorside Road, Honley

Installation of new black ash UPVC trims fixed using ring shanked galvanised steel polytop nails

Installation of new Classic Bond EPDM rubber cap sheet onto the new Sterling OSB roof boards

Installation of new timber firrings to give the roof deck suitable flow and Sterling OSB roof boards on flat garage roof

Heaton Road, Paddock

Heaton Road, Paddock

Replacing the dilapidated sections of lead on the valley gutter using new code 4 milled lead, re-fixing the slates replacing any that were damaged or broken and re-bedding and pointing the ridge tiles using new mortar

Stripping off the slates, lath battens and lead on the valley gutter to install new vapour permeable breathable membrane pitched roof underlay and tanalised lath battens

Coniston Avenue, Dalton

Coniston Avenue, Dalton

Stripping off the concrete roof tiles and lath battens to carry out repairs to the perished bitumen under felt at the eaves using vapour permeable breathable membrane pitched roof underlay plus new white UPVC trims on the bay window / porch flat roof

Re-pointing the failed mortar on the hip and ridge tiles using new mortar

Installation of new Sterling OSB roof boards, Classic Bond EPDM rubber cap sheet and white UPVC trims fixed using ring shanked galvanised steel polytop nails