When we carry out re-ridging work we will always remove moss and give the roof a dress. More importantly we try to give old roofs a new lease of life by repairing the coat work which is a slow painstaking job. Here we are beefing up this water reed roof […]
Here is an extreme example of moss on a thatched roof and although it looks unsightly is easier to remove than some lichens which grow into the surface of the thatch.
Our client on this job was getting a lot of water coming through the roof of the garage. We were able to do a substantial repair to both valleys and next year we will return to re-thatch the whole roof.
As well as fitting a new ridge to this very old cottage, the 4 barge boards were replaced and the thatch had to be stripped back and renewed so the new boards could be anchored to the rafters. Our thatching team were able to carry out all this work in […]
Here is a before and after photo of a small cottage in Holycross that our Ireland team were able to restore. We fitted wire netting to the whole roof for added protection.
Here is the small repair we carried out to a roof in the Scottish Borders near to Jedburgh. These sorts of jobs we are able to do on the way to or on the way back from other larger jobs – in this case on our way back from work […]