Powys

Tapered warm roof installation at Carno, Powys

This insulated terrace roof in the small village of Carno in Powys SY17 required warm roof insulation, noggings/noggins fitted for balustrade railings, and a tapered gradient for drainage. It also enjoys a fully waterproof and weatherproof 20 year guaranteed polymer system.

Llandinam Warm Roof with Tapered Outlets to Gutter SY17

This roof in Llandinam (SY17) was an unusual project in terms of shape and design - constituting a wide strip of roofing surrounding a central opening for an extra large skylight lantern aperture over a sun room. The roofing area also needed to be meticulously tapered to the guttering to provide thorough drainage from the central area to avoid puddling, which could damage the roof structure and impair safety. We used two outlets draining to a standard downpipe via a special flat roof outlet.

Copper Alternative Spire and Roof, Llandrindod Wells

The Metropole Hotel in Llandrindod Wells in Powys, Mid Wales is one of the town's main landmarks with a long history and great visitor appeal. Its patinated copper roof spires are an integral part of its traditional look and stately charm, but over the years they have worn and perished, their seams nearly disintegrating and the copper plates pocking and eroding.

Llandrindod Wells Church Lead Alternative Replacement

This historic church in the Powys town of Landrindod Wells had had a significant amount of lead work stolen, including lead elevations and trim from all over the roof. 

The owners' search for a theft proof alternative to lead, which would save both expense and inconvenience led them to look at the polymer roofing system, which accurately mimics the traditional look of lead but is valueless to metal thieves. They were also keen to use a local installer for the work, which is where we came in.

Low Cellulose Resin Roof in Machynlleth

This house in Machynlleth in Powys, Mid Wales, needed low cellulose content resin roofing over just one section - an easily accessible flat roof strip running alongside the pitched roof that formed the larger part of a new extension.

The section included a skylight and a few details and joins that provided more of a challenge as they butted up against both the new pitched roof area and an older extension (so that this flat section effectively extended two differently-aged sections of roof, sideways).

Llangynfelin CP School, Ceredigion Powys Border

The GRP flat roof on this rural Welsh Primary School, on the Powys-Ceredigion border, had severely cracked after the long dry summer due to its age, leaving it in dire need of refurbishment or replacement.

Although the school address was Machynlleth, which is in Powys, the school is technically in Ceredigion therefore it was Ceredigion County Council's responsibility to secure fast repair. Having used us for several school roofing projects previously, they knew our reputation for speed, efficiency and high performance roofing at cost-effective rates, was well deserved.

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