This is the result after only 9 years of using a so called “leadworker” to fit this roof.
To the untrained eye, it looked like a nice lead roof but lurking below was a complete disaster. The roof had corroded away from the underside due to poor ventilation – it was leaking everywhere and will have to renewed completely.
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Pre-weathered Zinc to a kitchen extension with parapet cappings, Castle Cary, Somerset.
VM Zinc Quartz plus fully covered gable section to a new build house in Dorset.
It was nice to go back to a job we completed 17 years ago, now overgrown and hard to find, but still doing it’s job, at Hestercombe Gardens, Taunton.
Not all our jobs are large – this is a correctly made and fitted code 5 chimney back gutter to a thatched house near Crowcombe, Somerset.
VM Zinc Anthra Black cladding to an attic conversion Stackpool Road, Bristol.
Raised rooflights on a VM Zinc roof to an extension to a private farmhouse.
Pre-weathered Zinc veranda to a private house in Crowcombe, Somerset.
A small but challenging round fronted VM Zinc Quartz roof with a curved stainless steel secret gutter lining, St. Stephen’s church, Charlton Musgrove, Wincanton, Somerset.
Two zinc covered oriel windows in VM Zinc pigmento blue in Clevedon, Bristol.