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Flat roof repairs

BN17
Littlehampton
Mr C...
Client
01X XXXX XX84
Telephone
flat roof on shed made waterproof 12x10

Replace flat roof

BN13
Worthing
- P...
Client
07X XXXX XX87
Telephone
The felt along the centre line of my shed roof has come off. Can someone put it back on?

Pitched roof repair or clean

BN18
Arundel
- B...
Client
07X XXXX XX85
Telephone
Garage roof replacement

Pitched roof repair or clean

RH20
Pulborough
- A...
Client
07X XXXX XX40
Telephone
3 bed bungalow roof needs moss removal

Tile or slate roof replacement

BN10
Peacehaven
Mr S...
Client
07X XXXX XX65
Telephone
I have received a Homebuyer report and the roof described in an urgent need of repair. The semi detached house was built around 1935.

As I'm not a professional I would like to paste the relevant sections from the report:

'The roof is pitched and covered with concrete tiles.
The ridge tiles are uneven and poorly secured with bedding mortar beneath cracked in places. The bedding mortar
under the verge tiles has cracked. Sections of undercloak have fallen away. The roof is covered in harmful moss.
The remaining roof coverings appear in acceptable condition but coverings are weathered and a little uneven in
places. The coverings should be regularly inspected and maintained in good condition as any minor disrepair could
lead to significant leakage and decay.
The felt lining under the roof covering can become brittle with age, particularly when exposed to sunlight, rainwater
and wind action. Deterioration often occurs at the bottom of the roof and at the edges where the lining is more
exposed. Coverings should be kept in good condition at all times. The felt should be repaired/replaced as soon as
any deterioration is seen.'


'The main roof space was entered through a hatch in the landing ceiling. The roof is formed with conventional timber
rafters and purlins.
The party wall has not been fully fire-stopped and sealed within the roof space. Some of the roof timbers are
stained. The roof is poorly ventilated. The roof space is not insulated to modern standards. There is evidence of a
wood-boring beetle infestation in the roof timbers. Roof timbers should be regularly inspected and maintained in
good condition.

This could lead to further damp, timber decay, disrepair and a fire. This is a risk to the building and to persons, and
we refer you to our comments in section J. You should ask an appropriate person to investigate and report on the
remedial work needed before exchange of contracts. You should follow the advice given in the page in this report
entitled 'What to do now'.
It is possible that a wood-boring beetle infestation treatment has been undertaken and if enforceable guarantees
exist, the original treatment company should return and report. However, as this will take some time, you should
ask a Property Care Association (www. property-care. org/) registered company surveyor to inspect the property
for beetle infestation and report to you before exchange of contracts so that all costs of treatment are known before
purchase. '

Thank you.

Tile or slate roof replacement

RH20
Pulborough
Mr H...
Client
07X XXXX XX79
Telephone
Complete replacement of roof tiles, underfelt and insulation

Tile or slate roof replacement

BN10
Peacehaven
Mr S...
Client
07X XXXX XX65
Telephone
I have received a Homebuyer report and the roof described in an urgent need of repair. The semi detached house was built around 1935.

As I'm not a professional I would like to paste the relevant sections from the report:

'The roof is pitched and covered with concrete tiles.
The ridge tiles are uneven and poorly secured with bedding mortar beneath cracked in places. The bedding mortar
under the verge tiles has cracked. Sections of undercloak have fallen away. The roof is covered in harmful moss.
The remaining roof coverings appear in acceptable condition but coverings are weathered and a little uneven in
places. The coverings should be regularly inspected and maintained in good condition as any minor disrepair could
lead to significant leakage and decay.
The felt lining under the roof covering can become brittle with age, particularly when exposed to sunlight, rainwater
and wind action. Deterioration often occurs at the bottom of the roof and at the edges where the lining is more
exposed. Coverings should be kept in good condition at all times. The felt should be repaired/replaced as soon as
any deterioration is seen.'


'The main roof space was entered through a hatch in the landing ceiling. The roof is formed with conventional timber
rafters and purlins.
The party wall has not been fully fire-stopped and sealed within the roof space. Some of the roof timbers are
stained. The roof is poorly ventilated. The roof space is not insulated to modern standards. There is evidence of a
wood-boring beetle infestation in the roof timbers. Roof timbers should be regularly inspected and maintained in
good condition.

This could lead to further damp, timber decay, disrepair and a fire. This is a risk to the building and to persons, and
we refer you to our comments in section J. You should ask an appropriate person to investigate and report on the
remedial work needed before exchange of contracts. You should follow the advice given in the page in this report
entitled 'What to do now'.
It is possible that a wood-boring beetle infestation treatment has been undertaken and if enforceable guarantees
exist, the original treatment company should return and report. However, as this will take some time, you should
ask a Property Care Association (www. property-care. org/) registered company surveyor to inspect the property
for beetle infestation and report to you before exchange of contracts so that all costs of treatment are known before
purchase. '

Thank you.

Tile or slate roof replacement

BN10
Peacehaven
Mr S...
Client
07X XXXX XX65
Telephone
I have received a Homebuyer report and the roof described in an urgent need of repair. The semi detached house was built around 1935.

As I'm not a professional I would like to paste the relevant sections from the report:

'The roof is pitched and covered with concrete tiles.
The ridge tiles are uneven and poorly secured with bedding mortar beneath cracked in places. The bedding mortar
under the verge tiles has cracked. Sections of undercloak have fallen away. The roof is covered in harmful moss.
The remaining roof coverings appear in acceptable condition but coverings are weathered and a little uneven in
places. The coverings should be regularly inspected and maintained in good condition as any minor disrepair could
lead to significant leakage and decay.
The felt lining under the roof covering can become brittle with age, particularly when exposed to sunlight, rainwater
and wind action. Deterioration often occurs at the bottom of the roof and at the edges where the lining is more
exposed. Coverings should be kept in good condition at all times. The felt should be repaired/replaced as soon as
any deterioration is seen.'


'The main roof space was entered through a hatch in the landing ceiling. The roof is formed with conventional timber
rafters and purlins.
The party wall has not been fully fire-stopped and sealed within the roof space. Some of the roof timbers are
stained. The roof is poorly ventilated. The roof space is not insulated to modern standards. There is evidence of a
wood-boring beetle infestation in the roof timbers. Roof timbers should be regularly inspected and maintained in
good condition.

This could lead to further damp, timber decay, disrepair and a fire. This is a risk to the building and to persons, and
we refer you to our comments in section J. You should ask an appropriate person to investigate and report on the
remedial work needed before exchange of contracts. You should follow the advice given in the page in this report
entitled 'What to do now'.
It is possible that a wood-boring beetle infestation treatment has been undertaken and if enforceable guarantees
exist, the original treatment company should return and report. However, as this will take some time, you should
ask a Property Care Association (www. property-care. org/) registered company surveyor to inspect the property
for beetle infestation and report to you before exchange of contracts so that all costs of treatment are known before
purchase. '

Thank you.

Tile or slate roof replacement

BN10
Peacehaven
Mr S...
Client
07X XXXX XX65
Telephone
I have received a Homebuyer report and the roof described in an urgent need of repair. The semi detached house was built around 1935.

As I'm not a professional I would like to paste the relevant sections from the report:

'The roof is pitched and covered with concrete tiles.
The ridge tiles are uneven and poorly secured with bedding mortar beneath cracked in places. The bedding mortar
under the verge tiles has cracked. Sections of undercloak have fallen away. The roof is covered in harmful moss.
The remaining roof coverings appear in acceptable condition but coverings are weathered and a little uneven in
places. The coverings should be regularly inspected and maintained in good condition as any minor disrepair could
lead to significant leakage and decay.
The felt lining under the roof covering can become brittle with age, particularly when exposed to sunlight, rainwater
and wind action. Deterioration often occurs at the bottom of the roof and at the edges where the lining is more
exposed. Coverings should be kept in good condition at all times. The felt should be repaired/replaced as soon as
any deterioration is seen.'


'The main roof space was entered through a hatch in the landing ceiling. The roof is formed with conventional timber
rafters and purlins.
The party wall has not been fully fire-stopped and sealed within the roof space. Some of the roof timbers are
stained. The roof is poorly ventilated. The roof space is not insulated to modern standards. There is evidence of a
wood-boring beetle infestation in the roof timbers. Roof timbers should be regularly inspected and maintained in
good condition.

This could lead to further damp, timber decay, disrepair and a fire. This is a risk to the building and to persons, and
we refer you to our comments in section J. You should ask an appropriate person to investigate and report on the
remedial work needed before exchange of contracts. You should follow the advice given in the page in this report
entitled 'What to do now'.
It is possible that a wood-boring beetle infestation treatment has been undertaken and if enforceable guarantees
exist, the original treatment company should return and report. However, as this will take some time, you should
ask a Property Care Association (www. property-care. org/) registered company surveyor to inspect the property
for beetle infestation and report to you before exchange of contracts so that all costs of treatment are known before
purchase. '

Thank you.

Tile or slate roof replacement

BN1
Brighton
- S...
Client
07X XXXX XX65
Telephone
I have received a Homebuyer report and the roof described in an urgent need of repair. The semi detached house was built around 1935.

As I'm not a professional I would like to paste the relevant sections from the report:

'The roof is pitched and covered with concrete tiles.
The ridge tiles are uneven and poorly secured with bedding mortar beneath cracked in places. The bedding mortar
under the verge tiles has cracked. Sections of undercloak have fallen away. The roof is covered in harmful moss.
The remaining roof coverings appear in acceptable condition but coverings are weathered and a little uneven in
places. The coverings should be regularly inspected and maintained in good condition as any minor disrepair could
lead to significant leakage and decay.
The felt lining under the roof covering can become brittle with age, particularly when exposed to sunlight, rainwater
and wind action. Deterioration often occurs at the bottom of the roof and at the edges where the lining is more
exposed. Coverings should be kept in good condition at all times. The felt should be repaired/replaced as soon as
any deterioration is seen.'


'The main roof space was entered through a hatch in the landing ceiling. The roof is formed with conventional timber
rafters and purlins.
The party wall has not been fully fire-stopped and sealed within the roof space. Some of the roof timbers are
stained. The roof is poorly ventilated. The roof space is not insulated to modern standards. There is evidence of a
wood-boring beetle infestation in the roof timbers. Roof timbers should be regularly inspected and maintained in
good condition.

This could lead to further damp, timber decay, disrepair and a fire. This is a risk to the building and to persons, and
we refer you to our comments in section J. You should ask an appropriate person to investigate and report on the
remedial work needed before exchange of contracts. You should follow the advice given in the page in this report
entitled 'What to do now'.
It is possible that a wood-boring beetle infestation treatment has been undertaken and if enforceable guarantees
exist, the original treatment company should return and report. However, as this will take some time, you should
ask a Property Care Association (www. property-care. org/) registered company surveyor to inspect the property
for beetle infestation and report to you before exchange of contracts so that all costs of treatment are known before
purchase. '

Thank you.

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