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Reroofing (duplicate)

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by kizozoki, 2 Sep 2020.

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  1. kizozoki


    2 Sep 2020
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    United Kingdom
    Hi, I live in 1920's terraced house with gable roof.
    I've just finished reproofing the back of my house (garden side) using the mix old plain concrete tiles (cleaned thoroughly) and lots of new ones as well. I've used old tiles purely due to lack of funds and also Covid closures meant deliveries took ages.
    I replaced all the battens as well as re-beded the verge and the ridge tiles and done repointing as well as new lead flashing.

    Now I'm about to do the front of the house and I would like to ask you for your opinion.
    I found a batch of new plain dreadnought clay tiles on ebay selling cheap.
    Would it be okay to reroof the front of the house using all new clay tiles similar in colour?
    I've seen properties which have newer extensions done with clay tiles while parts of the house still have concrete tiles on.
    Thanks for your advice
    Last edited: 2 Sep 2020
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