Hills Roofing covers the roof scape of the UK from familiar styles to radically modern, urban or rural and new build or refurbishment.
Tiling has been used to provide a protective weather envelope to the sides of timber frame building. These are hung on laths nailed to wall timbers, with tiles specially moulded to cover corners and jambs. These tiles are shaped at the exposed end to give a decorative effect.
This is by far the simplest, quickest and most cost effective way of complying with the new standard is to join the switch to dry fix methods of roofing. Dry fix systems provide a high performance, easy to fix and maintenance free solution which can not only speed up the job but also offer long term financial benefits.
Hills Roofing provide a dry verge system that has been designed to provide an extremely cost effective alternative to a traditional mortar bedded verge that offers a neat finish and avoids all of the long term maintenance problems.
The roll out dry fix ridges and hips are mechanically fitted systems which securely fix the ridge and hips tiles to a roof. They are wind and water resistant, whilst they also provide ventilation where required.
Valleys are one of the most vulnerable parts of the roof. We provide dry valleys that are totally weathertight and are fast and easy to install.
Slate roof tiles were traditionally in some areas near sources of supply and gave thin and light tiles when the slate was split into its natural layers. It is no longer a cheap material and is now less common.
Below are just a few examples of the slate and tile roofing work completed to a professional standard, on time and budget.