Traditional Roof Joinery
Traditional Timber Roofs
Coulsy Joinery and building provide traditional cut roofs to client and architect specifications.
Wood is a beautiful, strong and long lasting construction material for your roof.
We are an experienced team of joiners at constructing wooden roofs.
- Design and surveys from your brief
- Quality materials used from established suppliers
- Sustainable timber materials from well managed forests
- Expert joinery installation
- Professional, tidy and a hardworking team
- Safe and secure
If you are looking for a traditional cut roof you need to find a reliable provider with the ability to meet your exact requirements and ensure the perfect fit each and every time.
Our joinery team are reliable and adaptable.
All our joinery team are skilled and professional at their jobs, with experience in working at heights.
What is a traditional cut roof?
A traditional cut roof is exactly what it says on the tin, it is a roof where all members are cut on site to each individual roof. The construction of a cut roof is to ensure the load imposed on it is evenly transmitted to the bearing points below.
The rafters are the main load bearing elements of the roof spanning from the wall plate to the ridge beam. The rafters are sometimes supported by purlins if the rafter length requires it, which act as a beam to support the rafter length. The purlins are supported by struts, which in turn are supported on an internal load bearing wall and the collar ties are used to connect the rafters which prevent them from spreading outwards. The collar ties and hangers are used to improve the overall strength and stability of the roof.
Traditional cut roofing is commonly used when a roof space is intended to be lived in and where the access of a crane is restricted.
Benefits of a cut roof?
- No need for mechanical means such as a tele-handler or crane to load out material (roof size dependent)
- Can create more room height on tighter buildings
- Can be tailored made to any roof shape and size no matter how complex
- Can later be adjusted to add Velux’s and or dormers
- No need to worry about height restriction on access as all materials can be delivered on a flat bed
We are always available to offer advice to our clients in assisting with the selection of products and services that are best suited to their projects needs.
Roof joinery services we offer
- Supply and fit service
- Labour only service
- Liaise with client, Architect, structural engineer & design representatives at the initial stages of your project
- Liaise with Local Building Control / officers to sign off the installed works for warranty approvals etc.
We can help with your traditional roof
Traditional Roof Joinery
As Qualified Roofing Carpenters we have the knowledge, expertise, experience and commercial tools to construct your traditional roof
Contact Robert 07544 030486 for Assistance and Guidance
Or if you prefer, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fully Qualified City and Guilds Advanced Craft Carpenter & Joiner since 1988
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Are You Talented, Enthusiastic, Driven or Ambitious
We are always looking for great Joiners, apprentice Joiners, enthusiastic labourers and talent in the building industry.
If you think you would like to be part of our team, please look at our careers section.