J.A.L Roofing Ltd is a forward thinking company with family experience stretching back over forty years, priding ourselves on customer satisfaction – There is no job to big or small that our team cannot deal with.
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This project of 3 detached houses on this exclusive road was a high spec project in all aspects.
We have used the Marley Hawkins Staffordshire Blue tile with pointed verges and dry fix ridges.
On one property we were under instruction from the ‘Environment Agency’ to install ‘Bat Tiles’ and use the old style ‘1F’ membrane for a ‘Bat Run’. According to experts, bats are safer in the roof space with ‘1F’ felt rather than the new modern breather membranes. The new membranes can get the bats caught in the threads of the membrane.
We were instructed to re-roof nine properties on this street. This would include the removal and refix of solar panels on seven of the properties and install two new systems on the remaining properties.
The properties were brought to new modern standards with a full dry fix system and new roof line products.
Insulation levels were brought up to regulation standards.
On surveying these properties, we made the client aware that the soffits looked as if they contained ‘Asbestos’. They were subsequently checked and removed by a specialist contractor before works commenced.
A re-roof programme of over 100 properties for a local authority using a composite slate with all new fascia, soffits, and guttering. The properties were brought up to Part L regs using rigid insulation boards.
Non breather membrane was used for this type of covering ensuring we had a vent at the fascia and ridge.
The design of these roofs meant some brickwork between the rafters would need to be removed in order to maintain an airflow.
The logistics of this project was challenging for many of the properties on this project. We had to make sure we liaise with the tenants and a lot of the properties had no front gardens or driveways, so delivery timings were key to keeping the project moving as well as not having materials left on the street overnight causing a hazard.