Canterbury Roof Conservation Kent Peg Roof Replacement

Canterbury Conservation Roofing

Canterbury Conservation Regulations Roofing

Canterbury Roof Conservation Kent Peg Roof
We are full of pride for this project, which we carried out in 2012.  It’s the old St Dunstan’s School in London Road, Canterbury.

The specification was to completely remove and then relay the old roof, adding appropriate insulation and ventilation to meet Conservation Area requirements set down by the Local Authority and Building Regulations.

Being in a Conservation Area, the arrangement of tiles had to go back “like-for-like”, with alternating four rows of plain then club “Kent Peg Tiles”.

Embracing the character of historical Canterbury architecture

Lovingly, the cement bed sections were all relayed using a traditional lime mortar and all lead details were replaced with new leadwork, authentic to the period, and dressed and welded in accordance with Lead Sheet Association regulations.

Fascia soffits and guttering were checked and repaired, as required.  I think you’ll agree that this new roof in Canterbury looks great and really enhances the character of this fine old School.

Working on Conservation area Projects

Whilst we pay special attention to detail on all of our roofing contracts in Canterbury and Kent, working on roofs in Conservation Areas requires close working relationships with local government and building inspectors and specialist knowledge and expertise. Please contact us should you need to discuss a roofing project in a Canterbury Conservation Area.

About Andy Ballman

Andy Ballman is the Founder of Ballman Roofing Contractors in Herne Bay, Kent. Andy is passionate about quality and service. Contact Andy for Free New Roof or Roof Repair Estimates in Kent and South East England.