Birkenhead & Oxton A

A.1

Before work commenced on the property, the dormer window was cladded in lead which was in need of renewal.

A.2

We removed all of the unwanted materials, including the timber framed window and safely disposed of them.

A.3

We removed all of the unwanted materials, including the timber framed window and safely disposed of them.

A.4

We supplied and fitted a new PVC window and added insulation to both dormer cheeks. We completed the dormer by adding PVC cladding to the dormer cheeks and fitting new lead soaker flashings.

A.5

Completed dormer window.

Birkenhead & Oxton B

B.1

The lean-to of the property had rotten boards to the roof caused by leaking felt membranes.

B.2

We stripped the roof back to the timbers and lay new OSB decking then clad the decking with a base layer of polyester membrane followed by a capsheet of polyester membrane which were all hot bonded.

B.3

The underside of the lean-to roof was fitted with OSB soffit board.

B.4

The boards were then clad with PVC cladding.

B.5

The works were completed by fitting new ‘Half Round’ gutter and rainwater pipe

Bromborough & Spital

A.1

This property’s flat roof had started to deteriorate.

A.2

This property’s flat roof had started to deteriorate.

A.3

The flat roof was pooling water, causing internal leaks.

A.4

The roof covering was removed including the decking and insulation and safely disposed of.

A.5

The roof covering was removed including the decking and insulation and safely disposed of.

A.6

New insulation boards and OSB3 decking were fitted followed by polyester sanded felt

A.7

The roof was completed with polyester mineral felt, all hot bonded

A.8

Completed flat roof.

Heswall

A.1

The rendering from this property’s chimney stack was coming away and causing a leak.

A.2

Once the rendering was removed it was found that the bricks had deteriorated so much that it was not structurally safe to repair.

A.3

The stack was dismantled and a new one built using new engineering bricks and pointed to a neat finish.

A.4

Stepped flashings completed the job and made the chimney stack watertight.

Thingwall & Irby

A.1

The shared chimney stack needed inspecting due to internal damp.

A.2

We hacked off existing rendering to all elevations of the chimney stack.

A.3

Stainless steel stop and angle beads were secured to perimeter of chimney stacks.

A.4

We applied rendering using mix of washed grit and white cement with added White P3 Quartz stone dashing to match as close as possible to existing rendering.

A.5

The flaunching from the head of the chimney stack was taken down, the pots secured and then the stack was reflaunched to a neat finish.

Wallasey

A.1

The property’s roof was in need of an overhaul.

A.2

The current slates were removed, salvageable slates were put aside for reuse, reducing the cost for new ones.

A.3

Eaves trays were fitted to prevent water ponding behind the fascia boards and the valleys to the roof were lined with milled lead ready for the slates to be installed.

A.4

The roof slopes were then clad in graded softwood batten and secured. The roof was then reslated using the salvaged slates and slates of similar size, grade and colour.

A.5

The skylights from the roof were removed and replaced with a Velux Centre Pivot roof window.

West Kirby

A.1

The paint on the current fascia boards had started to deteriorate.

A.2

The barge boards were also starting to deteriorate.

A.3

As were the all the soffits

A.4

All guttering to the house and garage was taken down and carted away.

A.5

Instead of taking down the deteriorating timbers, we clad over them with PVC.

A.6

Cladding over existing timbers makes them more aesthetically pleasing.

A.7

It also increases the longevity and cuts down on costs.

A.8

We supplied and fitted PVC Square Line guttering and rainwater pipes to the front and rear of the property complete with fixtures and fittings.