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Water ingress appears to be coming from a broken Cambrian tile to the bottom of the valley and cement pointing was also required in anumber of places. Following inspection it was agreed to erect a fixed scaffold over the eaves and just below the height of the bottom tile to the valley. NERC would supply and fit Cambrian tiles to the bottom valley. Make a small allowance to carry out some minor repointing works to the valley.
After the meeting at Crawcrook Library with the Building Surveyor & War Memorials Officer at Gateshead Council we investigated the water ingress inside the library and identified the leaks externally coming from slipped valley tiles. We prepared the estimate and we’re given the instructions to repair the library roof.
We arranged scaffold to be erected and booked the repair works in to commence on the same day with our deadline set to complete the project with 2 days.
The scaffold team and our roofing response team met the Building Surveyor & War Memorials Officer on site and provided all required CSCS cards and necessary training certificates. The roof was repaired efficiently using Cambrian roof tiles and a few other minor repairs were carried out, once complete scaffold was taken down within the hour and the works were complete and the roof was repaired successfully with no further evidence of water ingress inside the property.
The tenants at the property were informed of progress updates daily and the planned works were carried out quick and efficient and without any inconveniences or complications.
References can be given from the Building Surveyor & War Memorials Officer at Gateshead Council.
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