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My roof, as you can see on the left, was in poor condition. Rain was coming into the room below. This was because the old zinc valleys were old and damaged through "wear and tear".
A bit of a sorry state you must agree.
We called in Dan Lee and I was pleased and feeling optimistic because he explained in detail what was needed and why. He also explained what materials could and should be used and we went for the best option: lead. Both valleys needed doing and he made a very good deal for the pair.
We never felt as if we were being pressured to undertake work that was not necessary.
Work in progress
These four pictures show how Dan's men have removed the old zinc from the valleys on both sides of the apex.
Then the tiles from on either side have been stripped back and supported, showing that the correct lead (Code 4) is being installed.
Finally, rebedding two ridges on the apex and rebedding tiles on both sides of the valleys.
A panoramic view of my road, showing an excellent job being done.
This was no casual tinkerign. These guys really did what Dan had said.
Old battered zinc removed.The tiles along the edge stipped back completely so that the new Code 4 lead could be inserted properly and turned to avoid any water enteringthere again.
Job done - and job done well.
The valley, the roof, the workmanship! I cannot complain about anything here. It looks so much better than it did before, and I hope that it is obbvious for anyone looking at these pictures, what a good job has been done.
I can honestly say that I can recommend Dan Lee and his men for the work that he has done on my property.
I know that if I ever have any need to call on him for any other matter, I would do so immediately.
I certainly would recommend anyone who wants a good and reliable tradesman to go to Dan Lee.
Posted by Ian,