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    Gap between tiles on roof

    Roofers

    I live mid terrace my neighbours have had a new roof. The tiles are different to ours. When the scaffolding came down there is a uneven gap from ridge to gutter. My side has nothing to keep the tiles lifting and I’m worried about rain and the wind. What can I do

    Asked by Lynn on 11th Oct 2020
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    A.p.H property services

    "It's very unlikely they would change your neighbours roof and leave yours exposed to the elements as it will be them liable for it"

    Answered on 1st Feb 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    thinkconstruction ltd

    "Hi if you can provide a photo of the roof will be much better top of my head, lead is the best options for you, but as I say I need to see it to make that decision, as you can have grp ultra flex lead to many options"

    Answered on 13th Oct 2020 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    MA Roofing

    "The join should be either covered with a new row of ridge tiles from gutter to existing ridge, or a secret valley under the join ."

    Answered on 13th Oct 2020 - Member since Aug 2020 - report
    ARK Roofing and Property maintenance

    "There could be a bonding gutter underneath this is used when different tiles dont fit togther, pictures would help see this. If there is a bonding gutter you have no problem with rain or wind."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Aug 2020 - report
    Shelley Roofing

    "It’s probably a centre gutter they put in to separate the two roofs, it’s like a secret gutter not visible unless you know what you are looking for."

    Answered on 11th Nov 2020 - Member since Sep 2020 - report
    Gw property maintenance

    "Get a professional to have a look and get advice from the professional"

    Answered on 6th Feb 2021 - Member since Feb 2021 - report

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