TICKTON VILLAGE HALL
Roclad were approached directly by the proprietors of Tickton Village Hall to refurbish their dilapidated roof. The solution was to strip the existing asbestos roof covering and re-roof the existing structure with a Kingspan pantile effect composite panel. To minimise any water ingress the roof was stripped and re-sheeted in sections to prevent the building being left open over-night.
There was an existing flat felt roof to the rear of the building which was leaking and needed updating. We fitted an over-clad system to this roof area, including galvanised steel spacer bars through existing roof covering into the existing structure, which created a pitched sub-structure on which to fix a trapezoidal roof sheet. We laid a 100mm thick layer of insulation quilt between the existing roof and new covering to prevent any possible condensation.
As with the main building, plastisol flashings and gutters were used to make the roofs water tight.
This project duration from start to finish was approximately 4 weeks.
- Existing asbestos roof
- Kingspan KS1000RT pantile effect composite panel
- Overclad existing flat roof
- Plastisol flashings and gutters