You can see they are staggered on the 5th picture?
Jesus christ I had a nightmare trying to read this last night.... haha
A 550mm wide window would give 50mm clearance on a 600mm gap not 5mm
That's not quite the case, it all depends on the code used. This however is probably only code 4/5 based on how it's finished
What is the joint done with? Is it welded or a step?
Tingles, I just like using both rather than the tingle
Don't disagree, it's still the way it's done in Scotland.
Whenever I use glue on a repair I always put a lead tingle in to hold it in place.
You could get some felt and cut it to the width in between the rafters. Slide it down so it covers the gap by at least 4 inches and then you could...
Prices have went up a fair bit because a lot of suppliers are running out of materials due to COVID.
Roofer here and it's terrible.
Bonding gutter isn't straight and the cuts up it are all over the place.
The uplift at the windows is...
Get a proper roofer to look at it. Ignore this person.
I prefer to do it properly with lead. Not with a product that is not made or guaranteed for flat areas.
That's a good way to end up with a leak.....
You can get rafter arms that you can attach the plastic gutter clips to. It would save installing a fascia....
Keyline if it is in your area sells Marley, Osma is available at one merchant I've been to in central Scotland. Flopast is good quality, I use it...
You need to repoint the end hip
It can still be used though
Can you post a picture of your actual house? That way we can see the exact type of tile and recommend how to do it
OSB if the most common for this type of work.
Marine ply is used on some high-rise flats/office buildings
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