Improving the look of your home roof

There are various home improvements that require yearly attention, but have you considered the condition of your roof decking? Your garden shouldn’t be blighted by your decking deteriorating.

Changing weather conditions can compromise the roof decking and sheathing, causing roof rot.

When roof rot appears, it may be hard to fix and in the long term, may cost you to replace the whole roof.

Damaged roof sheathing can be caused by leaks that eventually leads to severe damage, mould or mildew formation.

Roofing in your home extension

  1. Duo Pitch Roof on a Contemporary Extension 
  2. Flat Roof Extensions on a Victorian property
  3. Catslide Roof on a Sympathetic Extension 
  4. A monopitch Roof on a Modern Cantilevered Extension
  5. Metal Roof on Single-Storey Extensions
  6. A twin gable design 
  7. Grade II Listed Buildings: Twisted Roof on Extensions
  8. Winged Roof designs on an extension
For more information on roofing for your home extension, click here. 
A home extension can not only help add space to your property, but it can add style and add value to your home. Your roof is vital for keeping your house and family dry and warm.

How Can I Prevent roof leaks from happening?

Protecting the structure of your roof decking is essential. There are various materials you can use to ensure roof root doesn’t appear in the future, but rubber roofing is becoming a popular choice for UK homeowners because of its durability, cost and long-lasting properties.

  • High-strength. This ensures that your roof will not be compromised by extreme weather changes.
  • Effective. Water-Based Deck Adhesive is designed to work and protect timber decking. It won’t damage the wood, and will ensure its protection.
  • Fast. The application of a Water Based Deck Adhesive doesn’t take long; in fact, it works instantly once the material is placed onto it, meaning you won’t have to wait for a dry week to apply it.

Improving your roof decking is just one of the ways you can undergo a house improvement project.

Make sure your home is built to last and won’t succumb to maintenance and housing costs.