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Irish

3,938 posts

123 months

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Thursday 13th September 2012 quote quote all
Muncher said:
Ok, I'm now £1.4k lighter thanks to the guttering redface
Gutted for you......I'll get my coat.

Pvapour

6,814 posts

137 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
Muncher said:
Ok, I'm now £1.4k lighter thanks to the guttering redface
sounds draining frown

5potTurbo

4,239 posts

52 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
Pvapour said:
Muncher said:
Ok, I'm now £1.4k lighter thanks to the guttering redface
sounds draining frown
Certainly money down the drain....

RC1

2,703 posts

103 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
Stupid question but is the only thing between the tiles and the trusses the membrane and battens?

Are sloping roofs with tiles ever built with more 'stuff' ie ply boarding over the trusses either on the outside or inside?

Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
You're correct. You can get boards in between which is known as sarking and used in Scotland quite a lot, but it's not really done down here. The previous roof was just batten and tiles, no felt at all, and that did not leak.
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RC1

2,703 posts

103 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
its only now that i am beginning to understand why even a broken tile may cause a leak!
my current house had broken and missing tiles until a couple of days ago and i always wondered why it would lead to water ingress.... im pretty sure that i wont have any of the sarking stuff hence why plaster internally got damp even after light drizzle...


Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
It depends how they overlap, I have a few broken ones but the overlap is always 3 tiles deep spo I think at least two would need to be broken in the same place to cause a problem.

Pvapour

6,814 posts

137 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
quite, conversely, i couldn't understand why we had no water leaks with 10% missing or cracked, 800 tiles! not one leak & the reason being that on removal they were x 4 thick in all but an inch. tiny roof 13m x 6.5m but 8 ton of hand made 1 " thick tiles.

Edited by Pvapour on Friday 14th September 12:04

roofer

2,505 posts

95 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
Muncher said:
Ok, I'm now £1.4k lighter thanks to the guttering redface
They must of loved you walking through the door ! Hunter Ogee and pipe for that entire house is £500 tops. Or have you got Aluminium? Would recommend felt support tray around eaves as well.

Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Friday 14th September 2012 quote quote all
Cast iron effect plastic, deep flow stuff and one section of 160mm to take all the water from the valley. I couldn't find any cast iron effect deep flow stuff cheaper anywhere.

There is eaves felt on there smile

If you think it can be had for less than this, let me know!



Order total:1,382.35 GBP
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You bought:Goods purchased from the Rainwater Products Ltd website
Description Quantity Item Value Item Tax Item Total Line Total
AP100B - 105mm Cast Iron Style Downpipes - 1.83 Metre Downpipe with Ears (Black) ~ Special Offer 12 £ 29.19 £ 5.84 £ 35.03 £ 420.36
BR9150CI - 105mm Cast Iron Style Downpipes - 150mm offset bend (Black) 4 £ 18.07 £ 3.61 £ 21.68 £ 86.72
BR79CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - 135 Degree Angle ~ Special Offer 2 £ 10.53 £ 2.11 £ 12.64 £ 25.28
BR78CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - 90 Degree Angle ~ Special Offer 7 £ 9.68 £ 1.93 £ 11.61 £ 81.27
BR76CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - Internal Stopend ~ Special Offer 4 £ 5.29 £ 1.06 £ 6.35 £ 25.40
BR75CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - Running Outlet ~ Special Offer 3 £ 8.88 £ 1.77 £ 10.65 £ 31.95
BR74CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - Union ~ Special Offer 10 £ 6.83 £ 1.37 £ 8.20 £ 82.00
BR61CI - 160mm Cast Iron Style Guttering - 2 Metre Gutter 1 £ 24.40 £ 4.88 £ 29.28 £ 29.28
BR65CI - 160mm Cast Iron Style Guttering - Running Outlet 1 £ 17.52 £ 3.50 £ 21.02 £ 21.02
BR66CI - 160mm Cast Iron Style Guttering - Internal Stop End 2 £ 4.97 £ 1.00 £ 5.97 £ 11.94
BR60CI - 160mm Cast Iron Style Guttering - Multi Fix Fascia Bracket ~ Special Offer 3 £ 3.18 £ 0.63 £ 3.81 £ 11.43
BR72CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - 4 Metre Gutter Length ~ Special Offer 14 £ 24.17 £ 4.83 £ 29.00 £ 406.00
BR73CI - 115mm Deep Cast Iron Style Guttering - Fascia Bracket ~ Special Offer 60 £ 1.85 £ 0.37 £ 2.22 £ 133.20
Delivery - Nightfreight £ 16.50

Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Saturday 15th September 2012 quote quote all




Wall next to the staircase out.



New landing floor.



Better shot of the fascia.










The valley gutter waiting for the lead.








Irish

3,938 posts

123 months

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Sunday 16th September 2012 quote quote all
LIKE

dxg

3,395 posts

144 months

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Sunday 16th September 2012 quote quote all
I must admit I do like that fascia board. You're giving me ideas. No worries about it turning white over the years to come?

Also - hip irons? Soffit vents?

Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Sunday 16th September 2012 quote quote all
It should be UV stable so will last a while! No hip irons as the hip tiles are nailed on and no soffit vents are required as its a hybrid warm roof.

Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Sunday 16th September 2012 quote quote all
OK, now I have no staircase!


miniman

16,966 posts

146 months

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Sunday 16th September 2012 quote quote all
Previously at Muncher Manor...


Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Sunday 16th September 2012 quote quote all
There's always that awkward moment when you are demolishing it and you realise you are standing on the bit that will fall down...

Muncher

Original Poster:

9,500 posts

133 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Things have moved on a little but I can't show you as I'm in bed with a collapsed lung probably about to go into hospital for a week for a chest drain :/

Laurel Green

17,680 posts

116 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Blimey yikes that's bl**dy rotten luck! Here's wishing you a speedy recovery.

cossy400

1,154 posts

68 months

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Saturday 22nd September 2012 quote quote all
Hell munch!! get well soon.


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