Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing Ltd
After a balcony replacement had not fixed the continuing leak into this exposed 5 storey balcony on Southbourne sea front, the windows were removed and larger upstands were created using single ply membrane, to bond with the existing. Although limited to how much the detail could be altered, Storm Dennis and Ciara was no match for the works!
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing Ltd
This roof was replaced with new Marley Eternit Clay plain tiles, Heather Blend, with associated hips and ridge.
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Using Marley concrete brown plain tile, the new roof was merged into the old to create a clean finish, coupled with bonnet and concrete ridge tiles. Lead dormer cheeks and window fronts were undertaken.
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing get a lot of calls about damp walls and water ingress in strong wind and rain. Usually this is down to the fact that the eaves felt underneath the first course of tiles has degraded and fallen behind the existing fascia board. Here, is an example of this with the felt fully replaced and uPVC felt support trays installed, to provide protection and to divert rain water into the gutter.
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing Ltd
After storm damage, this roof was not yet ready for replacement. Reeves Roofing stripped the area and fixed the loose battens, using the original tiles to blend the roof back into the existing.
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Reeves Roofing Ltd
Using salvaged tiles from the original strip and new, this project was completed using Marley Bold Roll tiles, coupled with Marley concrete ridge hip tiles.