This series of photos show work undertaken on a property in Woldingham. The roof was initially stripped to joists, front and back. Then a layer of new Tyvec™ breathable membrane was laid. New battens were fitted front and back and all soffits, fascias and gutters renewed.
A new dormer roof was fitted in place of the original flat roof.
At the rear of the house, the original flat roof was converted into a balcony, accessible via patio doors.
|3/4 View of front elevation.|
|Close up of the lead burnt
scrolled leadwork used on the windows.Detail of newly roofed dormer (Far Right)
|The following series
of photos shows work performed on a house in Norbury area.
|The roof is stripped and
new battens put in place. The new tiles are stacked ready for
|New lead flashing is applied
around the chimney.
|The bay window as it was before
work started and part stripped (far right).
|New tiles installed.Finished job (far right) with new decorative lead flashing.|
|Before and after. The finished job has new soffit boards, fascia boards and new black plastic
|The rear of the house, again with new soffit boards, fascia boards and new black plastic
|Detail shots of new white fascias,
black soffit boards on garage roof and extension..