TCRC has recently completed a stunning pitched roof project at CLIC House, a fantastic charity that supports families of children with cancer.

Following the responsible removal of the old materials and defective render, TCRC supplied and installed new lime render to the chimneys and parapet walls, and fitted replacement chimney pots as required. On the main pitched roof area, new timber battens, insulation and Roofshield breather membrane were installed, followed by beautiful new Welsh Slates with their distinctive natural colouring.

To enhance the waterproofing drainage and efficiency on the building, TCRC fitted a new code 6 lead lined gutter and a heritage style aluminium rainwater system. Finally, new clay ridge tiles and hips were installed in order to complete the finished project.

The client, main contractor and architect were all extremely happy with the finished installation, particularly as TCRC delivered the completed works within the specified programme and budget.

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