Roof bonding tray

My neighbour just had new roof installed with bonding tray. Didn’t consult me and now my tiles are raised and doesn’t sit straight near the tray and two tiles across from tray. Where do I stand

Asked by Claire on 28th May 2024
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"Find out the details of the roofers and contact them and explain whats happened.

Kind regards roof for life"
Answered on 28th May 2024 - Member since May 2024 - report
"Ask your neighbour for the contact details of the roofer . Give them a call and explain the situation."
Answered on 28th May 2024 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
"This could cause an issue, doesn't sound like it's been installed properly."
Answered on 28th May 2024 - Member since Jun 2023 - report
"Ask your neighbours kindly for the roofing contractor number and give them a call and explain the situation! If that fails ask your neighbours to give them a call as they are the ones who hired them as they should respond to them."
Answered on 28th May 2024 - Member since Feb 2024 - report
"Bonding Tray is normally used where there are differant tiles to adjoining roof/areas, with out looking at your roof it sounds like the contractor has not fiited trays correctly, and which then causes tiles to not sit properly, ASk your neigbour to call them back and put it right !"
Answered on 28th May 2024 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
"Some roofers will angle the Battens so that there isn’t a sudden spike but this usually is the case as when you come to re felting your roof it will come right"
Answered on 12th Jun 2024 - Member since Mar 2024 - report
"Hi although they don’t have to tell you that they’re having work done to there roof it would be nice to consult first with your neighbour. it’s totally down to your neighbour on the poor workmanship, carried out by the Roofer who has done the roof There should be no reason if the Joining Valley was installed correctly that the tiles are raised."
Answered on 2nd Jul 2024 - Member since Apr 2024 - report
"I would speak to the neighbour and ask them to contact there roofer to try Manet lower the area we’re the tray is Positioned"
Answered on 30th May 2024 - Member since Jan 2024 - report
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