Corrugated roof with guttering
Summerhouse roof with terracotta finial accent
Synthetic slate roof
Garden building with beautiful cedar shingle roof.
Wooden garage with corrugated roof
Velux window in corrugated roof

Roofing Options

We offer a range of options. The choice will depend on the pitch of the roof, the effect that you wish to create and whether you want to complement existing buildings.

Plastisol Steel Sheeting
Slate Roof
Synthetic Slate Tiles

New to the range of roofing offerings are synthetic slates. These classic tiles look like natural slate, shaped with textured surfaces and riven edges but benefit by being lightweight, so there aren't the additional costs associated with traditional slate roofs. These slates can be installed on roofs down to as low as a 14 degree pitch, giving greater flexibility and choice.

Cedar Shingles
Felt Shingles
Roof Lights

Translucent GRP roof lights are available in box and corrugated profile. They are lined on the underside with a clear sheet of 4mm Perspex which helps to reduce condensation. The standard size is 1m wide x 1m long.

Velux Windows

These can be installed in corrugated plastisol, cedar or slate roofs. They are double glazed and opening giving warmth and ventilation.

Support highlights
Support highlights
The Right Roof
The Right Roof
Choosing the right roof for your timber building is essential for the look and feel of your building. There are options, but don't worry we'll help guide you through them; the main roof styles are apex or pent and the materials are plastisol steel sheeting, cedar shingles and slate.
An Impressive Finish
An Impressive Finish
It's important that your building is beautiful inside and out, which is why we can colour match the exterior Superdec paint to a colour of your choosing for that perfect finish. Alternatively, you can have the building stained in a colour to blend in with your house or other buildings.
Intuitive Lighting
Intuitive Lighting
Lighting is an integral element of any timber building. We will design your building to suit you, making use of solely natural or artificial light. Utilising all available wall space and incorporating roof lights, ensuring your timber building provides the best possible solution for you.
Planning permission
When does a timber building need planning permission? Many buildings will not need permission, but you are always advised to check first.
Read our tips and advice to get your project started.

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