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HOW TO REMOVE CONSERVATORY ROOF PANEL TO ACCESS WALL ABOVE??

Discussion in 'Building' started by 60BOWENS, 27 Aug 2016.

  1. 60BOWENS

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    Hi
    we need to render the wall and paint the timbers of our exterior wall of the house.Problem area is one above the conservatory.We have considered options of using tower,plank with tower or planks over the conservatory roof.The best and cheapest option would be to remove one roof panel from the conservatory roof and do the work.
    Please let me know how to remove the roof panel safely,problems expected and how best to tackle them.I am attaching the pictures for references.
    Many Thanks.
     

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    Ask in the windows section.
     
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    Lever the glazing bar capping strip up from the eaves
     
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    remove the guttering and the polygon shaped end caps and the panel should slide out
     
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