Balconies and Roof Gardens

Fall Correction to Terrace in Caernarfon

This roof terrace / balcony area in Caernarfon (Gwynedd, North Wales) had a drainage issue, with water not running off as it should due to a faulty fall. Our job here was to correct the fall and create a roof with proper run-off.

Terrace Balcony Warm Roof Upgrade in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

This complicated warm roof upgrade of a terrace in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, West Wales SA61, had some unusual requirements - including difficult detailing around a defined secret guttering system and pads for metal safety railings. The 1.6m wide terrace balcony area 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, traditional-look railings, all finished with beautiful, cost effective porcelain tiling (around £14 each) with adjustable angle and height pads.

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.

Penrith Warm Roofs with Gradient Tapered Insulation & Poly roof protection

These two roofs in Winskill, near Penrith in Cumbria CA10, required a high degree of careful tapering to create an insulated polymer gradient that will channel rainwater away from the central skylight and away from the adjoining wall. This will protect the integrity of both the skylight and the roof substrate, ensuring water will not pool or sit.

Inset Balcony Terrace with Quartz Finish, Whitchurch, Shropshire

This balcony terrace, intended to provide a cosy outdoor space, had seen better days - as the photographs show. To refurbish it and correct the problems that had caused the issues in the first place, we stripped everything back, then gradually layered in the polymer system to create a strong, jointless and seamless balcony that should last for many years to come. We completed with a tough, anti-skid quartz finish - chosen by the customer from our range of colour options - creating a safe, ordered, efficently drained and aesthetically pleasing, weatherproof space. 

Porcelain Tile Installation over Insulated Terrace Roof Manchester

This balcony terrace roof in Manchester, accessed from sliding doors, required tapered warm-roof insulation and porcelain tile topping to bring it up to the level of the doors. The porcelain tiles needed sturdy, durable support from below whilst leaving sufficient space for insulation. As the photo shows, this was achieved using a system of raised steel supports, padded from below to avoid damage to the polymer roofing below, and clips to hold the tiles firmly in place.

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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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Terrace in Roof in Essex

This small terrace area inside a roofspace in Essex, was quite straightforward for the polymer system despite the difficulties of uneven shape space and access. As you can see from the photo, the level, jointless and seamless finish is "perfect forming" even around curves and in tight spaces.

As with all our polymer roofs, this terrace room-in-a-roof was completely mechanically cured within 72 hrs, waterproof, weatherproof and safe to walk in within just a few hours, and is guaranteed to last.

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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.

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