Detached property, reroof in flat concrete tiles, including new lead flashings around the chimney, fibreglass valleys, and two hips.
Fibreglass valley, breathable membrane, lead flashings, hip and ridge tiles
The detached property was a clay plain tiled roof, which with much weathering had deteriorated to a bad condition. We removed the existing plain clay tiles and the felt and battens. We installed a new breathable membrane and battens. Our client had chosen a flat modern concrete tile for her roof covering, deciding to keep the colour the same as it was previously. We installed four fibreglass valleys to the front of the property and at the rear, cutting the tiles in to suit. The two chimneys were reflashed with new Code 4 lead. All hips, ridge and verges were cemented.
Reroof, clay tile, Rosemary, leak, shaled, concrete flat tile, Marley Modern, terracotta, lead flashing, chimney, fibreglass valley, hip, ridge, breathable membrane.