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Heating bills can be reduced by insulating your loft because less heat is lost through your roof. If you don't have an attic conversion, insulating the floor of your loft is the best option however properties with a loft conversion should look at insulating between rafters. Whether you want an eco product such as sheep's wool insulation, recycled plastic bottles or hemp, or are on a budget and prefer foam or fibre glass, there is a wide range of insulation products on the market.
Sky lights/Velux windows
Installing Velux windows or sky lights can provide the natural light to enter your converted loft space making your additional living accommodation an attractive living space. Other methods of introducing light to your rooms can be more expensive making Velux windows and sky lights more attractive because they cause less disruption to the structure of your roof. You can often fit a roof light or sky light without needing to apply for planning permission which is effective at reducing the time your building or home improvement project will take to complete.
Chimneys are either factory chimneys, which are not structural but just vent away harmful gasses and fumes, or masonry chimneys which form part of the structure of your home. Ensuring your chimney is in working order is important to prevent hazards and problems such as blockages, chimney fires causing structural damage to your chimney and repointing old cement in brickwork. Whatever your chimney problem, from locating blockages to smoke integrity testing, flue lining to fitting chimney fans, our roofing experts can advise.
Gable ends and porch roofs are usually fitted with roof finials to enhance the look and character of a roof and property, however they were originally used to keep witches away from your home. Available in different materials, from stone to terracotta, and with many different designs including cats, owls and roosters, you can add individuality to your holiday cottage, period home or garage roof. Old finials that have been removed from demolished or renovated properties can often be found at reclamation yards but if they're too expensive, newer ridge finials can provide the perfect architectural detail you're looking for.
When you need a solution to your roofing material needs, our roofing specialists can help, from Welsh slate to stone slates, or if you're on a budget, imitation slate manufactured from resin bonded slate waste, fibre cement or concrete. Our reputable roofers can provide the quality service you require when you need a roof slating, however big or small your building project, from outbuildings to holiday lets, cottages to farm houses. So for double lapped slating in blue, purple or green to give an attractive finish to your new roof, you need one of our professional roofing companies.
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