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    Bonding gutter installation


    Can any body tell me the standard or regulations when replacing both roof and felt on a semi detached property? Is fitting a bonding gutter possible without compromising next doors roof? My felt appears to have dropped on my side where the neighbours have had their roof done.

    Asked by David on 13th Dec 2021
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    Karl Bingham

    "To fit a bonding gutter correctly you do have to compromise the neighbouring property as the bonding gutter has to go underneath yours and their tiles/slates. As long as their tiles/slates are re-installed correctly after fitting the bonding gutter there should be no issue."

    Answered on 13th Dec 2021 - Member since Jun 2021 - report
    Mcmillan roofing and building

    "Yes the gutter must go under both sides of the roof to insure water doesn’t come in"

    Answered on 13th Dec 2021 - Member since Nov 2021 - report
    Mbdenby roofing

    "If anything it should improve next doors roof not compromise it"

    Answered on 21st Mar 2022 - Member since May 2021 - report
    RM Roofing & Property Maintenance

    "You would be absolutely fine fitting a bonding gutter on any pitched roof get the right guys on the job with experience this should be no problem at all for a roofer"

    Answered on 2nd Apr 2022 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    Roof Masters

    "Unfortunately, to install the bonding gutter correctly you have to take part of the joining roof off. A partition wall agreement is a legal agreement between neighbouring properties for regulation."

    Answered on 26th Jan 2022 - Member since May 2019 - report
    Fenhomes & son

    "When fitting a binding g joint its common practice to remove and replace a course of adjoining property to sufficiently make sure felts are under both properties and the joint strip"

    Answered on 7th Jan 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    K.king roofing

    "Felt isn’t meant to be tight it is meant to sag for airflow but if ur felt is sagging down where the bounding gutter separates the two properties then they have taken the easy option don’t worry tho the bounding gutter will hold all water out u should have no problems"

    Answered on 26th Feb 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    J.middleton roofing specialists

    "You have to strip some off next doors roof to put some felt to make secure and watertight for booth sides"

    Answered on 8th Jan 2022 - Member since Apr 2018 - report

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