Ceredigion

Warm Roof Extension Refurb near Aberystwyth

This small roof extension near Aberystwyth SY23 was no problem for the polymer system despite its small size and some detailing such as the upstanding ventilation pipe in the photograph - the photo demonstrates just how "perfect forming" the polymer system is as well as the level, jointless and seamless finish even at small scale.

As with all our roofs, this warm roof extension was fully mechanically cured within 72 hrs, waterproof, weatherproof and safe to walk on in a few hours, and is guaranteed to last.

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Tal-y-bont New Joists to Fix Condensation Problem

This roof in Tal-Y-Bont in Ceredigion (between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth) shows what can happen when previous roofers have not fitted a roof to proper standards in accordance with Building Regulations - in this case, serious condensation problems.

Aberystwyth Llanbadarn GRP Flat Roof Refurbishment

The GRP fibreglass on this adjoined flat roof near Aberystwyth in West Wales was looking tired and patchy, and would have needed replacing entirely before long had the owners not decided upon a preemptive refurb.

Waunfawr Aberystwyth, Balcony Terrace Refurb with Railings

This balcony terrace area in the village of Waunfawr, a little to the north-east of Aberystwyth, was in need of refurbishment. Balconies tend to degrade faster than many other areas of roof owing not only to the fact they get walked on more often but also because they are flat, which can result in pooling of water and damp. Because of this, a good surface is crucial - ideally something not only weatherproof and waterproof but fireproof, anti-skid, and not prone to cracking (as water ingress can cause havoc).

Borth School Porta Cabin Roof Refurbishment

This school in Borth, on the wet and windy west coast of Wales, needed a roof refurbishment for one of its portacabins.

Refurbishments involve overlaying polymer coats on existing roofing, fully sealing the roof and making it jointless and seamless.

All our roofs are guaranteed weatherproof, UV proof, waterproof and fireproof within the hour and safe to walk on after just 6 hours. The work we undertake is non-disruptive, meaning people working below usually don't even have to vacate the space.

Lead Refurbishment at Bronant School, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion

Bronnant or Bronant Primary School located between Aberystwyth and Tregaron in Ceredigion. A section of lead work sandwiched awkwardly between various roofs had split, exposing the substrate to the elements. We have worked on many schools around Ceredigion, thanks to the polymer system's uniquely low-impact process as well as the speed of installation. The system causes so little disruption that activities can usually be continued in the rooms below, while we work, and most roofs can be fully refurbished within one day.

Polymer Surfacing Aberystwyth Castle Walkway

Aberystwyth Castle is a historically important, thirteenth century Grade 1 Listed Building on the West Wales coast. A combination of tourist footfall and its windy, exposed position at the sea front gives it much to stand up to, throughout its large grounds.

Polymer Cold Roof for School near Aberystwyth

This school near Aberystwyth in Ceredigion, West Wales required a cold roofing system (click for more on cold and warm roofs) for a flat area adjoined to a larger roof.

The pictures above show the overlaid system in progress, creating a durable, affordable roofing system that is jointless and seamless, making leaks a thing of the past. 

Warm Roof in Waunfawr, Aberystwyth

This flat roof in Waunfawr, Aberystwith in Ceredigion (West Wales) required warm roof insulation to comply with government U-values regarding (a measure of the rate of heat transfer across a surface). Roof "obstacles" and detailing are no problem at all for the polymer system but in this case were sparse, being limited primarily to chimney venting.

Warm Roof in St Davids Road, Aberystwyth

The abutting roof on this property on St Davids Road in Aberystwth needed full insulation to comply with governmental "U-Value" standards. "Warm roofs" differ from cold roofs in that they do not require ventilation and the insulation is placed above, rather than between the joists. They are required by law on certain roof types such as where people will live and/or work beneath or, as here, where an extension meets the main roof (see warm roof section for more on this).

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