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undoing the old tiles
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cleaning up the rotten parts of the wall

 

 

replacing bad timbering
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whole length timbering replaced
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readjusting the levelling
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true to size new built window frame adjusting the levelling of the roof window
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The “Sarking” insulation is an efficient method placing the boards in one uninterrupted coat on the timbering between to layers of steam regulating materials. This avoids the “ponts thermiques”
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preparation of the ledge
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reinforcing with iron and concrete
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placing lintels during the roofing work
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OSB boards as pare vapeur
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placing insulation boards and connection with the mortar covering the ledge
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method of placing the insulation board on a curved roof
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detail

 

 

 

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integration of airing system between tiles and insulation with insect barrier
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dito
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airing system at ridge tile
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watering the tiles for improved mortar solidness

 

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masoning tiles with lime mortar for improved durability and watertightness
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only few roofers still work with this proved method

 

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detail of ridge tiles
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connection to neighbour roof masoned and covered with lead
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final cleaning
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final rendering with natural pigment coloured mortar

 

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after placing OSB boards

 

 

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before placing the tiles on the laths
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finished roof with 3 windows on each side

 

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gutters placed

test

happy client on her new roof
happy client on her new roof