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Good Repair Guide: Profiled metal roofing

Abbreviation
BK108 (2013)
Valid from
01/01/2013

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
Good repair guide
Format
PDF

Description

This book covers need for replacing a roof, whether it's leaking, rules and regulation, health and safety, improving on old roofing and installing. 

Profiled metal roofs may need replacing for a variety of reasons, including cladding failure due to corrosion, leaks due to poor initial design or installation, damage caused by wind or falling trees, the need to match an older roof to a newer addition or imply a desire to change the appearance of the roof.

Scope

This guide covers:

  • why a roof may need replacing
  • the steps to take when removing an existing profiled metal roof and replacing it with new longrun profiled metal roof ladding.

It does not cover the replacement of the profiled metal roof cladding with another roofing type.

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Good Repair Guide: Profiled metal roofing

Description

This book covers need for replacing a roof, whether it's leaking, rules and regulation, health and safety, improving on old roofing and installing. 

Profiled metal roofs may need replacing for a variety of reasons, including cladding failure due to corrosion, leaks due to poor initial design or installation, damage caused by wind or falling trees, the need to match an older roof to a newer addition or imply a desire to change the appearance of the roof.

View on Information Provider website
Good Repair Guide: Profiled metal roofing
Description

This book covers need for replacing a roof, whether it's leaking, rules and regulation, health and safety, improving on old roofing and installing. 

Profiled metal roofs may need replacing for a variety of reasons, including cladding failure due to corrosion, leaks due to poor initial design or installation, damage caused by wind or falling trees, the need to match an older roof to a newer addition or imply a desire to change the appearance of the roof.

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Good Repair Guide: Profiled metal roofing

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