The Roof Team

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Chris Nash 1.jpg
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  Ed                  Chris              Walter                Theo                    James                Jason

STEP 1

The first part of the roof construction consisted of the half trusses

being lifted onto the walls and placing them into sets of two to cover the entire house

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STEP 2

Once the half trusses have been lifted onto the walls they 

are placed into sets of two so that each pair could be joined to form a single truss and place at a distance of 760 mm

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STEP 3

The trusses are kept apart at a distance of 760 mm with

the use of 38 x 50 battens

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STEP 4

After the trusses had been placed at an equidistance of 760 mm, the roof is covered with a waterproof membrane to prevent leaks, after which the 38 x 50 battens are added to the top of the trusses at a distance of 350 mm apart.

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STEP 5

The interlocking cement tiles are placed onto the 38 x 50 battens and are attached to the battens with 60 mm galvanized roof screws.

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