Roof construction, Tiling & Slating

There are many considerations when selecting your roof tiles. Before you decide, it is wise to check what planning restrictions are enforced in your area. You will need to consider whether you want concrete or clay, large or small format, texture or a special finish.

Your roof is an essential element of the design of your house and you need a roofing contractor who's expertise can bring your design to life. Our experience in carpentry and loft conversions ensures your roof is in good hands, we can strengthen and adjust existing rafters if there is any sagging or rot before we undertake any roofing works.

We work with Bristols major manufacturers and suppliers to ensure the best materials are used for your chosen roofing design.

We will be pleased to discuss with you your roofing needs and you can be confident knowing your roof is in good hands.

Many of different types of tiles are available, the most common are listed below.

Interlocking Tiles

Interlocking single lap tiles often provide the most economic choice when deciding what to put on a pitched roof. There is a wide variety of tiles, prices and manufacturers to choose from. Interlocking tiles are available in all materials and have many different profiles i,e flat format, double roman etc.

Plain Tiles

Plain tiles are available in clay and concrete with a wide range of colours. Plain tiles provide an alternative covering for roofs over a 30 degree pitch. Plain tiles still lead the way for a rich textured roof and greater design capability.

Dry Fix Solutions

Jon Pritchard Ltd Roofing offer an appropriate Dry fix installation irrespective of your chosen tile. Dry fix systems are maintenance free, durable and cost effective using new technology which eliminates the need for mortar fixing, traditional roofing practice involved the use if cement mortar for the bedding of ridges, hips, valleys and verges.

Crucial to the performance of the roofing installation is the necessity to correctly specify the ventilation requirements and is an aspect that is sometimes misinterpreted or overlooked.

Condensation and damp can occur from incorrect ventilation. At Jon Pritchard Roofing Ltd all specifications are checked to enable us to advise our clients regarding complying with the manufactures recommendations and relevant regulations.