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The owners of this Borders bungalow have permanently solved their flat roof problems but wouldn't it make a great balcony?
Typical stress lines in felt where it has been laid straight onto insulation board - the lines coincide with the squares of insulation below.  This 'soft' type of roof is still the commonest way of laying a new felt roof. The Building Research Establishment have highlighted this very common problem in their papers on "Cyclical Expansion and Contraction of Felt Roofs"
The sun sets on a new Permadeck
Now who's a clever boy? This town house has had its roof, mansard (slope) and the gutter ledge all moulded with Permadeck to simulate the original leaky green copper roof.
These tiered flats had always leaked
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