On top of every course there should be a soaker butted against the wall.
You should then have a lead flashing chased into the wall and dressed...
I am glad your happy.
I hope you roofer fixed ply between the battens or plenty of extra battens, otherwise the lead flashing will sink between...
I would not trust the tiles to stay in place or keep water out
The work is done to a terrible standard. The tiles below the window should not be kicking up and the tiles at the sides are kicking up way too...
They are easy to fit and work well.
It depends on the pitch of the roof and if they are natural or man made slates.
It is not good practice. If the wall needs to be rendered then a separate flashing should be chased into the wall before the render bead and...
Leadmate is the awnser.
Rake out the cement and point the joint with leadmate.
Make sure the lead is securely wedged before pointing.
There should be a lead flashing in the joint of the brickwork over the felt upstand
It looks like the muck has sunk and not bonded properly to the ridge tile.
It depends on if the price includes scaffolding and what the roof covering is.
The ply is not needed.
You can fix the membrane directly on top of the rafters and then your 25x50 slating battens.
Fix a facia vent and underlay...
The advantage of doing the counter battens first is that you can ensure that they are directly above and fixed into the rafters.
It also gives...
As i said, counter batten. Membrane, slating batten
Your membrane will not self seal around the nails.
Ideally you should fix counter batten on the ply then membrane and slating batten.
For a good job use natural slate for the undercloak, and it will not soak up moisture.
No not right.
They are clueless and useless
Shocking work, they can not be qualified roofers.
From the little we can see the whole roof will probably need to be striped and redone .
Screwing the ridge tiles directly into the ridge tree is fine.
It is quite likely that they could not fix an extra timber under the ridges because...
As said by Mackie the problem is almost certainly being made by the wind at eave level.
If the underlay is going past the bottom course into the...
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