West Wales

Lead Roof Alternative Awning in Kidwelly SA17

This property in Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire in South Wales (SA17) required a complete refurbishment of the existing lead awning running the length of one wall and then curving around a corner. As the photographs show, the lead had seriously perished, creating damage to the underlying waterproofing and areas of water ingress.

Warm Roof in New Quay, Ceredigion SA25

This project involved two roofs at the same property in New Quay on the West Wales Ceredigion coast (SA25). One was a smaller, low-level flat roof with a skylight and tapered drainage; the other was a large, warm roof area atop the building which needed lipped ridge sills to help protect the pitched skylight windows below from excess water. As the photos show, the polymer installation also runs up the side of the chimney stack, creating a jointless seamless barrier to prevent water ingress.

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Terrace Balcony Warm Roof Upgrade in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

This terrace balcony area in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA61, was showing signs of wear and rot and the owners also wanted to give it a general facelift. They opted for a 20 year Protec system, finished with porcelain tiling with adjustable angle and height pads. The photos above show the final stage of the roof prior to the laying of the porcelain tiling (which we also did), showing the level of waterproofing and protection the polymer system provides.

Borth dormer cold roof upgrade

These three dormer windows in Borth, near Aberystwyth in Ceredigion SY24, were in need of (cold roof) upgrade with correct ventilation including over-fascia ventilation. The work required a 50mm air gap with 4m maximum air travel.

Haverfordwest Warm Roof Terrace Upgrade

This complicated warm roof upgrade of a terrace in Haverfordwest, in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, had some unusual requirements - including difficult detailing around a defined secret guttering system and pads for metal safety railings.

As the photos above show, despite this high level of detailing, the polymer system is easily up to task - being "perfect forming" around details, jointless and seamless, fully wind and weatherproof, safe to walk on (within just a few hours) and guaranteed to last.

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Large Tanking Project in Food Manufacturers Carmarthenshire

For roofing contractors, we get some unusual projects! And this one, ensuring a watertight environment in preparation for a concrete pour inside a food manufacturers in Carmarthenshire in South West Wales, shows how versatile the polymer system truly is. 

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).

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