Will Semi-Detached Roof Replacement interfere with neighbours roof?

Will Semi-Detached Roof Replacement interfere with neighbours roof? If it does what should they expect to happen?

Asked by Fay on 14th Jan 2021
Expert Trade Answers
"No there should be minimal interference to the neighbours roof"
Answered on 14th Jan 2021 - Member since Jul 2017 - report
"Semi detached house if replacing tile or slate they will bond into next door perfect if using diffrent profile tile or slate then you need a bonding gutter inbetween yours and next doors."
Answered on 14th Jan 2021 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
"If the tiles are different you may need to fit a valley under the tiles to cause a barrier.

Hope this helps.

Answered on 18th Mar 2021 - Member since May 2019 - report
"If the job is done properly by a proper Roofer knows what he’s doing there shouldn’t be any problems at all"
Answered on 14th Jan 2021 - Member since Sep 2018 - report
"You can replace your side of the roof without any bother to the neighbours. Your new roofing felt will over lap their exiting felt . My company personally over lap to the neighbouring felt and then fold the felt back over to prevent any water entering next door"
Answered on 14th Jan 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
"A new roof will not effect the Nextdoor property as you will put a boding gutter between them it’s Only effect will be the noise of the new roof being fitted to the Nextdoor property we would always speak to Nextdoor to arrange time scale that wouldn’t disrupt them for best results"
Answered on 15th Jan 2021 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
"When a new roof is installed and there is a joining neighbouring property then a bonding gutter should be installed always with the new roof unless both rooves are being done then a bonding gutter isn't needed."
Answered on 21st Oct 2021 - Member since Jun 2021 - report
"No if anything you are doing them a favour as when the roof is stripped you strip it upto the party wall separating the both properties then you as a fibreglass bonding gutter between both roofs and then you tile into it making it watertight on Both properties."
Answered on 11th Jul 2021 - Member since Sep 2020 - report
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