Roofing Contractor in LONDON

Dry VergeSystems

NEW ROOFS LONDON are experts in the installation of Dry Verge Systems. Marley Eternit Universal Dry Verge provides a strong, weather tight and mortar free verge solution for the majority of tiles within all three main interlocking types, large standard, medium format (15 x 9") and large format with a thin leading edge, regardless of manufacturer, as well as our Lincoln and Maxima clay pantiles. Designed as a secure method of finishing the verge detail, the system is compliant to the requirements of BS 5534 as a means of mechanically fixing verge tiles. Each verge unit is simple and fast to install and offers the stepped appearance of a traditional mortar bedded verge.

Maintenance

1. Remove the need for regular maintenance of the roof.

Flexible

2. Allows the natural movement within a roof structure to take place without damaging the ridge and hip fixings.

Fixed

3. Provide the means to 'mechanically' fix ridges and hip tiles, greatly reducing the risk of storm damage.

Ventilation

4. Provide discreet roof space ventilation at the ridge and hip which helps control harmful condensation in the roof space.

WHY CHOOSE US?

Remove the need for regular maintenance of the roof. Over time, mortar can be damage (building movement). When this occurs, repairs can be quite costly as scaffold access is often required. By eliminating mortar from the roof you can virtually eliminate any such maintenance. Allows the natural movement within a roof structure to take place without damaging the ridge and hip fixings. Provide the means to 'mechanically' fix ridges and hip tiles, greatly reducing the risk of storm damage.

  • Wide Range of Styles
  • Extensive Colour Choices
  • Free Quotations
  • Fully Insured
  • Virtualy Maintenance Free
  • Quality Materials Used
  • Long Guarantee
  • Post-Project Support

Working Process of NEW ROOFS LONDON

1. Remove the need for regular maintenance of the roof.
2. Allows the natural movement within a roof structure to take place without damaging the ridge and hip fixings.
3. Provide the means to 'mechanically' fix ridges and hip tiles, greatly reducing the risk of storm damage.
4. Provide discreet roof space ventilation at the ridge and hip which helps control harmful condensation in the roof space.